Kaylin Li SciTech Editor

Class of 2024


  • How GitHub works

    If you do anything even remotely related to computer science, you probably know about GitHub. GitHub is a fantastic platform where you can contribute to open-source code, as well as host any personal or collaborative programming projects. This guide is mainly for people who haven't heard a lot about GitHub, but are interested in getting started with it.

    SciTech | March 1, 2021
  • Research roundup

    The Politics of Synonyms

    SciTech | February 22, 2021
  • Tartan Testing updated guidelines

    Recent asymptomatic COVID-19 tests returned inconclusive results, prompting administrators involved in COVID-19 coordination to change guidelines. Now, students invited to participate in the Tartan COVID-19 Asymptomatic Testing Program, shortened to Tartan Testing, are asked to "not eat, drink, smoke, brush your teeth, and/or chew gum" 60 minutes prior to testing.

    News | February 15, 2021
  • The legacy of Professor Emeritus Edmund Clarke

    Turing Award winner and model-checking pioneer Edmund Clarke passed away in December 2020 due to COVID-19. At Carnegie Mellon, Clarke taught courses on model-checking and bug-catching in the School of Computer Science (SCS) and advised many graduate, master’s, and post-doctoral students.

    News | February 8, 2021
  • Debate on speech ethics at CMU heats up after Grenell's election misinformation

    President Farnam Jahanian issued a statement on Nov. 18 responding to a student letter asking for Richard Grenell to be held accountable for his actions after being hired as Senior Fellow for th...

    News | December 7, 2020

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