Raheela Ahsan

Class of 2018


  • Students demand more transparency with tuition increase costs

    Earlier this year, Provost Farnam Jahanian announced a three percent increase in undergraduate tuition. This now puts the annual cost of attending Carnegie Mellon, excluding room, board, and other fees, at $52,732, which Business Insider ranks in the top 30 most expensive universities in the country.

    News | May 1, 2017
  • President Suresh seeks diverse talent and excellence for Carnegie Mellon

    President Suresh delivered his Annual Update this past Thursday in the Cohon Center's Rangos Hall. The update follows an annual town hall held last fall to address the needs of the community. The 30-minute speech was received by hundreds of members of the Carnegie Mellon community, including faculty, students, and alumni. It was also live-streamed on the university's website.

    News | March 6, 2017
  • Carnegie Mellon University students’ design used to develop Aqua Pavilion

    The Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture has been granted the privilege to contribute to a community garden here in Pittsburgh. Located in Uptown, the Aqua Pavilion will function as a structural water-catching device, while also standing as the attractive centerpiece for the local garden. Professor of architecture Joshua Bard, along with senior architecture major Jack Fogel, and junior architect...

    News | November 7, 2016
  • Students discuss how Pittsburgh presidential campaigns impacted their decisions

    Donald Trump won the presidency despite the fact that most college-aged voters were strong proponents of Hillary Clinton. The morning after the conclusion of the tumultuous election, the country is largely in disbelief as to how this happened.It seemed that the number of swing states this year had significantly increased. Polls predicted who the likely winner would be, politicians rallied, and the...

    News | November 7, 2016
  • First lady Michelle Obama campaigns for Clinton in Pittsburgh

    First Lady Michelle Obama visited Pittsburgh this past Wednesday to hit the campaign trail on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The event took place at the University of Pittsburgh’s Fitzgerald Field House with entry lines spanning four blocks.

    The event kicked off at 2:30 p.m. with rousing speeches from several Allegheny County notables.

    News | October 3, 2016

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