Kaitlyn Ho Operations Manager

Class of 2023

Articles

  • COVID-19 crisis in India

    Carnegie Mellon students have been circulating a petition asking the university’s administration to take action in response to the COVID-19 humanitarian crisis in India. The petition, which has over 250 student and 60 faculty signatures, was created on April 25 and asks Carnegie Mellon University President Farn...

    News | May 3, 2021
  • SBVPF Candidate: Clarissa Liang

    Clarissa Liang, a second-year student majoring in business administration, is running to be the Student Body Vice President for Finance (SBVPF). Liang currently serves as the vice-chair of the Joint Funding Committee (JFC), where she works under the current SBVPF to fund student organizations. According to Liang, her work in the JFC has not only given her a unique perspective but also more experie...

    News | March 29, 2021
  • A discussion with Douglas Borthwick of INX Limited

    This past Wednesday, The Tartan hosted Douglas Borthwick, a Carnegie Mellon University alumnus and the chief marketing and business development officer of INX Limited, a cryptocurrency trading company. Borthwick spoke to students about his robust experience in the finance industry, his perspective on cryptocurrencies and their exchanges, and his advice to the future generation of potential traders...

    SciTech | February 15, 2021
  • Food review: JJ Poke in Oakland

    Hidden in a little nook right off Forbes Ave. sits JJ Poke Bowl & Taiwanese Bubble Tea. Located at 110 Atwood St., this family-owned eatery is the perfect location for a quick stop to pick up a meal, authentic bubble tea, or even miscellaneous Asian snacks.

    Pillbox | September 28, 2020
  • Black Culture & Fine Arts

    On Friday night, students walking through the Cohon Center were immediately struck with vibrant live jazz music and posters of significant pieces of art by African and African-American artists. While Arnelle Etienne, a research associate in electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, was gracefully singing, members of SPIRIT were hanging up posters that showcased noteworthy ...

    Pillbox | March 2, 2020