Sophia Levin

Class of 2025


  • White residents force colorful counterparts out of their homes

    Chips of all colors were forcibly removed from their home in the UC vending machine last month, replaced by bougie white residents.

    One former resident, Do Rita, 48, relayed her eviction in an exclusive interview with The Natrat. “How am I, a $2 bag of chips, expected to compete with these NK59s?”

    Special | April 4, 2022
  • Reacting for Business

    In an unparalleled jaunt of investigative journalism, The Natrat went undercover to sit in on the new Reacting for Business class. It is the sequal to Tepper's very real course, Acting for Business.

    Special | April 4, 2022
  • College students rally for sexual assault awareness

    On Sunday, 100 people rallied together for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Students from Carnegie Mellon, Carlow University, and the University of Pittsburgh joined what organizers hope will be an annual event to support survivors of sexual violence. The walk, Pittsburgh Universities Believe Survivors (PUBS), was spearheaded by a group of Carlow students and supported by the Title IX offices at Ca...

    News | April 4, 2022
  • Divest CMU Demands Severance from Fossil Fuel Industry

    Divest CMU, a student-led environmental group, wants the university to cut ties with the fossil fuel industry. In its petition statement, the group wrote: “From 2011 to 2019, the percentage of the endowment invested sustainably declined from 3.6% to 1.9%, despite the endowment doubling in size.”

    News | March 28, 2022
  • Panel on Ukraine Excludes Ukrainian Expertise

    On the evening of Feb. 28, psychology professor Anna Fisher logged out of Zoom and broke down. The invasion of her birth country by the country that raised her was devastating enough. But the straw that broke the camel’s back was an event hosted by Carnegie Mellon’s Institute for Politics and Strategy (IPS).

    News | March 21, 2022

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