Patrick Gage Kelley

Class of 2013


  • Libraries need support to change identity, purpose

    The Pittsburgh area has more than its share of references to Andrew Carnegie, the great steel tycoon and philanthropist. Many of these, such as the Carnegie Museums and Carnegie Mellon University, attribute their founding to Carnegie’s funding. Similarly, the Carnegie Libraries of Pittsburgh trace their roots back to the philanthropist and his emphasis on learning. Carnegie funded the creation of ...

    Forum | September 27, 2010
  • Colbert brings change to Washington, D.C.

    Just a month ago, I wrote about Glenn Beck’s bringing of God to the National Mall. I mentioned the blood, the lepers, the smiting of innocents, and I believed that was about as much action as the Mall was going to get this semester.

    Forum | September 27, 2010
  • Silicon Valley gossip surrounds HP, Oracle

    Hewlett-Packard, the poster child for the era of garage startups that morphed into billion-dollar tech giants, has offered up their ex-CEO Mark Hurd as the star of this month’s Silicon Valley soap opera. Hurd resigned at the beginning of August after a harassment claim made by actress Jodie Fisher. And while HP’s continual turnover of upper management through scandal and intrigue — Hurd’s predeces...

    Forum | September 13, 2010
  • The Books start the school year on the right note

    Gorgeous tickets printed, posters in the hallways, seats filling the belly of Rangos, and a sprawling line, composed mainly of uber-hipsters, snaking through the UC signaled the first AB Coffeehouse event of the year: The Books, with special guest Lohio.

    Pillbox | August 30, 2010
  • Beck misunderstands America, religion, life

    “You’re going to see the spirit of God unleashed, unlike you have probably ever seen it before.” —Glenn Beck

    Forum | August 30, 2010

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