Sophia Levin

Class of 2025


  • ‘Climate Justice is Racial Justice’: Pittsburghers rally for Earth Day

    The energy in front of the City-County Building was charged with hope on Friday afternoon. Dozens of people came together for Earth Day, celebrating with songs, poetry, and call-outs against the fossil fuel industry. In addition to the universal dangers of climate change, the rally emphasized the intersectionality of environmentalism.

    News | April 25, 2022
  • Amidst unprecedented COVID-positivity, dashboard becomes increasingly ambiguous

    COVID cases at Carnegie Mellon surged to a record-breaking high this month. Since April 1, 370 students on campus have tested positive, compared to the second-highest count of 197 in February.

    News | April 25, 2022
  • Mudge House flooding displaces 8 residents

    First-year Emily Szabo wasn’t sure what triggered the fire alarm in Mudge House on April 7, but when black water began seeping from the neighboring suite, she knew it couldn’t be anything good. By the end of the day, a third of her carpet would be soaked and — by the following week — all of it stripped. But it was nothing compared to the damage wrought in the adjacent suite, where water was gushin...

    News | April 18, 2022
  • Chartwells cuts employee hours, available vacation days

    Names used to refer to service workers were changed to protect their identities.

    News | April 18, 2022
  • COVID cases overflow Quarantine Housing alongside flu

    “It is imperative that we avoid a situation where our inventory of dedicated [Isolation and Quarantine] housing beds is overwhelmed by demand,” an email from Student Affairs leadership explained to residential students on Wednesday. By then, however, the situation was impossible to avoid: Isolation and Quarantine (IQ) Housing was at 105.17 percent capacity, according to the COVID-19 dashboard.

    News | April 18, 2022

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