Meela Dudley

Class of 2013


  • Tea Party debates reveal weaknesses in Republican party positions

    I am afraid of several things in modern American society — global warming, the national deficit — but nothing scares me more than the prospect that a political representative from the hyper-conservative Tea Party could quite possibly be elected into the presidential office within my lifetime. That being said, watching the CNN/Tea Party GOP Presidential Debate on Sept. 12 was like watching a seemin...

    Forum | September 19, 2011
  • Girls keeps its music fresh

    The San Francisco band Girls released its follow-up EP Father, Son, Holy Ghost on Sept. 12. Despite the musical variance from the band’s incredibly successful 2009 LP Album and its 2010 EP Broken Dreams Club, reception has been incredibly positive.

    Pillbox | September 19, 2011
  • University celebrates occasion with renaming, ceremony

    Students, faculty, and staff woke up Wednesday morning to the unprecedented news that former industrialist William S. Dietrich II had announced his intention to gift a $265 million fund to Carnegie Mellon University.

    News | September 12, 2011
  • Administration reveals big gift after months of planning

    Although students only heard about trustee William S. Dietrich’s record-breaking $265 million gift on Wednesday, proceedings for the day of its announcement and the gift itself had been in the works for a long time.

    News | September 12, 2011
  • Tales from Abroad: the British Isles

    This past school year, when making plans for the summer, I decided that if there ever were a time to travel and study abroad, it would be the summer of 2011. I looked at several study abroad programs and sought out advice from Carnegie Mellon’s Study Abroad Office, but ended up applying to and choosing a program that I stumbled upon while browsing the Internet. On July 6, I left from Boston Logan ...

    Pillbox | August 29, 2011

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