Sophia Levin

Class of 2025


  • Composting initiative complements sustainability efforts

    Last semester, one Chartwells meal supplied three disposable utensils. Containers were to be unceremoniously dumped in the trash, along with the salt and pepper packets, emptied bag of chips, and other meal-related plastics. Those days may soon be over.

    News | March 21, 2022
  • Donner facilities flood maintenance requests

    At 4 p.m. last Sunday, second-year student Ben Martinez decided he would take a shower. Donner House had other plans for him. “The water was ice cold,” said Martinez, who is a resident advisor (RA) on 2 West. Martinez wanted a shower, and he didn’t want it cold. He went to the 1 West showers, tried the basement bathroom, and doubled back to 2 West half an hour later. In each instance, “same deal. ...

    News | February 28, 2022
  • CMU students unite in solidarity with Ukraine

    When news arrived on Thursday that Russia had invaded Ukraine, three Carnegie Mellon students sprang into action.

    News | February 28, 2022
  • Russia Invades Ukraine In Sudden Escalation; War Ensues

    War in Ukraine began on Thursday, Feb. 24, when Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized attacks by land, air, and sea. At least 240 casualties have been reported as of Feb. 27.

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

    On Monday evening, 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): “On the Brink: A Panel Discussion on Russia and Ukraine.”

    News | February 28, 2022

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