Nicole Barley Staffwriter

Class of 2007


  • Leadership Profile: Marciela DeGrace

    Rho Lambda, a leadership and honor society for sorority women, features individuals in a Women’s Leadership Series based on their contributions to campus life and their achievements as role models in the Carnegie Mellon and greater Pittsburgh communities. Marciela DeGrace is the organization’s current honoree.

    News | December 4, 2006
  • What's new on campus

    A lot can change in a year. Consider all of the changes the campus has seen in just the last few months: the installation of Jonathan Borofsky’s public art piece, “Walking to the Sky”; the addition of Maggie Murph Café in Hunt Library; the demolition of the West Campus in preparation for the Gates Center for Computer Science. Think of how much more can change in 25 years.

    Special | October 9, 2006
  • Zeta becomes Alpha Chi Omega

    Add another item to the list of changes taking place on Carnegie Mellon’s campus this year: Local sorority Zeta Psi Sigma is no longer. The letters adorning the house have been removed and are soon to be replaced by three new ones: AXΩ.

    News | February 20, 2006
  • International students' enrollment still strong

    Surveys in the Institute of International Education’s 2005 “Open Doors” report show hope for increased international student enrollment in American universities, despite another year of falling enrollment rates. Fighting these odds, Carnegie Mellon’s international student population has been steadily on the rise for the past two years.

    News | December 5, 2005
  • Staff Council to hold

    A typical food can is six inches long. Do you know the distance from Forbes Avenue to the Cut in cans of soup?

    Staff Council hopes to find out tomorrow as part of Cans Across the Cut, a new addition to organization?s annual sponsored food drive.

    News | November 7, 2005