Su Baykal

Class of 2016


  • Hot Chocolate: The good, the bad, and the ugly

    The arrival of winter leads to the arrival of snow, and that calls for the hot drink that can warm up a frozen pair of hands like no other: hot chocolate. While only a simple mixture of warm milk and melted chocolate, this drink can do wonders for the weary, cold, and runny-nosed student. Choices are abundant on and around campus but are in no way equal, both in terms of taste and price. While som...

    Pillbox | February 11, 2013
  • The Pomegranate brings kosher meals to campus

    The Pomegranate, a new dining choice on campus this semester, specializes in Middle Eastern fare. It can be found on the second floor of the University Center in the General Motors Dining Room — known to students as "the room across from Schatz Dining Room" — which overlooks the swimming pool. The Pomegranate is open 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. on Fridays.

    Pillbox | January 21, 2013
  • Taza 21 offers Middle Eastern cuisine, warm atmosphere

    While Chinese and Japanese dining choices have made their way into campus eateries, the spicy, aromatic charms of kebabs, döner, and other Middle Eastern fare cannot easily be found in or around Carnegie Mellon. Taza 21 — a small, welcoming Middle Eastern restaurant in Squirrel Hill — proves to be capable of satisfying any desires for this sort of food, while only being a short trip away on any 61...

    News | November 19, 2012
  • RL Grime hypnotizes crowd

    AB Coffeehouse’s annual Halloween dance party featured electronic hip-hop artist RL Grime along with Sensitivity and Naan Naan, a DJ duo composed of senior business administration major and WRCT general manager Alex Price and School of Art alumnus and WRCT DJ Naeem Martinez-White. Despite taking some time to start, both the Carnegie Mellon DJ duo and RL Grime were successful in bringing Rangos to ...

    Pillbox | October 29, 2012
  • Bagel Factory provides cheap, good food

    The Bagel Factory, located on the intersection of Forbes Avenue and Craig Street, is a relatively new destination for college students weary of campus choices. In the spacious yet often bustling restaurant, students can be found wolfing down a quick meal while frantically writing a paper, while others enjoy conversation over an extended afternoon snack.

    News | October 15, 2012

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