Meera Lakhavani

Class of 2014


  • CMU commemorates Gandhi Jayanti holiday

    Throughout the past week, Carnegie Mellon students, faculty, and staff commemorated Gandhi Jayanti, a national Indian holiday that signifies the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, who was considered to be India’s leader during its independence movement through his promotion of non-violent means of protest.

    News | October 3, 2011
  • Delta Upsilon opens CMU chapter

    Initially colonized on Carnegie Mellon’s campus in 1917 and kicked off in 2005, the Delta Upsilon fraternity is returning to the university and opening a new chapter this year. Representatives from the Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Headquarters will be on campus for the next five weeks and will be recruiting and holding information sessions for men who have a desire to be founding fathers...

    News | September 26, 2011
  • New organization eases tensions

    David Chickering, housefellow of Mudge House dormitory and a resident of Beeler Street, is heavily involved with a rising group, the Beeler Street Association. The main goals of the group are to increase safety on the street, unify the residents, and relieve tension between those who live on Beeler and those who host parties on it.

    News | April 11, 2011
  • E-books provide ease, convenience for students

    The University of Pittsburgh’s Hillman Library recently unveiled its newest gadget, the Espresso Book Machine. This literature printing system, from On Demand Books LLC, has a digital storage system of numerous academic text files and the capability to quickly print, cover, and bind multiple types of books. This accommodates, but is not limited to, textbooks, paperbacks, and university publication...

    Forum | October 4, 2010

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