Sophia Levin

Class of 2025


  • The Olympics are streaming this February — ignore them

    Despite the competitive nature intrinsic to the Olympic Games, shared excitement surrounding the event stokes a sense of international unity. Across the globe, billions of eyes are peeled to screens boasting athletic feats so impressive fans are likely to curb their national pride and watch in awe, untethered. The delirium surrounding the 2022 Games may drown its most critical component: China is ...

    Forum | January 30, 2022
  • Carnegie Mellon Food Drive reaches goal on final day

    On the morning of Monday, Nov. 15, Carnegie Mellon’s Annual Food Drive was $21,500 short of its $100,000 goal. It was the last day of the drive. “We were hesitant about setting such a lofty goal,” said Food Drive Chair Carole Panno. But Panno, who is also the Associate Director of Gift Planning, embraced the challenge.

    News | November 22, 2021
  • UPMC workers demand right to unionize in single-day strike

    “For 2 years we protected you,” read a shield-shaped sign. “Now protect us.” On Thursday, dozens of UPMC workers walked off the job. Strikers gathered at UPMC headquarters in downtown Pittsburgh demanding unionization rights, higher wages, and bet...

    News | November 22, 2021
  • Transphobic acts of vandalism target all-gender bathrooms

    In early November, the All-Gender Restroom Access Committee launched an initiative to increase bathroom inclusivity across campus. Below gendered restroom signs nailed into walls, the Committee stuck foam panels reading: “This is a multi-stall restroom open to everyone. CMU ...

    News | November 22, 2021
  • CMU eases mask restrictions, cases stay high in Allegheny

    On Nov. 8, Carnegie Mellon COVID-19 Coordinator and Vice President for Operations Daryl Weinert sent an email inspiring confidence and encouraging continued cautiousness within the university’s community. In a new step toward normalcy, Weinert wrote, “We are slightly adjusting the minimum requirements for facial coverings.” The relaxations were introduced in response to students, faculty, and staf...

    News | November 15, 2021

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