Sterling Berliant Junior Staffwriter

Class of 2010


  • CNN’s Steve Perry to speak at Carnegie Mellon’s Black History Month celebration

    Student Senate, Student Dormitory Council, Student Affairs, and much of the student body are buzzing with excitement about this year’s Black History Month keynote speaker at Carnegie Mellon: CNN Education Contributor Steve Perry. Perry has been revolutionizing education in America and is particularly influential in the African American community.

    News | February 22, 2010
  • Global Entrepreneurship Week encourages student innovation

    Between 10 and 15 businesses are launched out of Carnegie Mellon each year, nearly half started entirely by students. This statistic was announced by Art Boni, the director of the Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon at “Starting a Company as a Student at Carnegie Mellon University,” an alumni panel held on Wednesday night. Boni has published numerous papers about entrepr...

    News | November 23, 2009
  • Tuition: It costs more to get less

    The study was based on data reported to the federal government, and it illustrated that the percentage of a college or university’s budget spent on actual instruction has declined, while the amount allocated to administrative costs has escalated, according to a New York Times report.

    News | October 5, 2009
  • Career center helps all majors succeed; H&SS on the rise

    For most undergraduate students living through the worst economy of their lives, it is a scary time to be looking for a job. Fortunately, that’s not the case with Carnegie Mellon students. In May 2009, Carnegie Mellon named Robert Murphy as the new director of the Career Center, and during his first week on the job, the proactive pioneer changed the name of his domain from the Career Center to the...

    News | August 31, 2009
  • Students re-evaluate next step after finals

    In 2009, entering the real world for college graduates might not be the world they initially envisioned for themselves. As plan A falters, plans B, C, and D are starting to look increasingly appealing.

    Four years in college is no longer the norm for college students, as career advisors and counselors are purporting the advantages and necessities of more time in college.

    News | April 27, 2009