Nora Mattson News Editor

Class of 2021


  • Newtown families buy Squirrel Hill coffee, looking to spread acts of kindess

    Some around Pittsburgh might find it hard to communicate to people outside the city just how it feels to have been so close to such an incomprehensible tragedy as the one that took place at the Tree of Life synagogue. This past Saturday, those that entered Commonplace Coffee were reminded that Pittsburgh is sadly not alone in this experience.

    News | November 12, 2018
  • Crime and Incident

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Nov. 4, 2018
    Officers responded to Morewood Gardens to check up on reports of an intoxicated student. The student was provided medical attention and no citations were issued, due to Alcohol Amnesty.

    News | November 12, 2018
  • Crime and Incident

    Access Device Fraud
    Oct. 29, 2018
    Officers met with a student whose wallet had been stolen near Resnik Café and discovered that an unknown individual attempted to purchases items online with the credit card. An investigation is ongoing.

    Theft of Wallet
    Oct. 29, 2018
    A wallet and several personal items were stolen from the Cohon Fitness Center. An investigation is ongoing.

    News | November 5, 2018
  • Crime and Incident

    Underage Drinking
    Oct. 21, 2018
    Officers were called to the Carnegie Mellon University Dithridge Garage to investigate a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival, officers discovered two intoxicated students located in the car, and issued them citations.

    Disorderly Conduct
    Oct. 21, 2018
    Officers issued a citation at Mudge House after investigating a smell of marijuana.

    News | October 29, 2018
  • Human-Neanderthal sex protected us from disease

    You know what they say: another year, another contribution to the preponderance of scientific evidence that humans had a lot of sex with Neanderthals.

    SciTech | October 15, 2018