Raheela Ahsan

Class of 2018


  • Campaign failure puts large exclamation point on Jeb’s lack of appeal to electorate

    Former Florida governor Jeb Bush announced that he is dropping out of the 2016 electoral race. The emotional announcement came late Saturday night after a disappointing placement in South Carolina, a state that crucially assisted both of the former Bush presidents in their electoral victories. This is just one of several losses in the early determining primaries in which businessman Donald Trump h...

    Special | February 22, 2016
  • Students "Give from the Heart" at university blood drive

    Blood drives on college campuses have soared in popularity in recent years. Over the past few years, posters are often seen around campus that advertise blood donations and there have been multiple occasions where students could walk by Rangos Hall in the University Center and see donors reclining on gurneys. In fact, Carnegie Mellon is one of the leading universities in blood donations, a fact th...

    News | February 15, 2016
  • Clinton slips by Sanders in historically slim Iowa Caucus

    This past Monday, Feb. 1, the premier electoral event of the United States President nominating process occurred in Iowa. The Hawkeye State’s 99 counties and 1,681 precincts voted on both the Republican and Democratic Party candidates. The famous Iowa Caucus is recognized for a 50 percent accuracy rate in determining each party’s presidential nominee. While the GOP winner is determined through pop...

    Special | February 8, 2016
  • Panelists share advice in The Black Experience

    In honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Carnegie Mellon University’s Black Graduate Student Organization arranged a discussion panel last Wednesday to address what it is like being black and involved in the media.

    News | January 25, 2016
  • Reaching new heights

    On Thursday, The Tartan was given a behind-the-scenes tour of the Jared L. Cohon University Center expansion construction site. Set to open in May of 2016, the new portion of the building will include a state-of-the-art performance theater, a high-security athletic facility, and perhaps most notable of all, a focal point for the Forbes entrance to the university.

    News | October 5, 2015

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