Sophia Levin

Class of 2025


  • Quarantine Housing fills with post-break COVID spike

    On Feb. 11, first-year student Kyle Hynes’ world shrunk to the size of a Fairfax apartment. He woke up to a COVID-positive PCR notification and moved into Isolation and Quarantine (IQ) Housing by mid-afternoon.

    News | February 21, 2022
  • Carnegie Mellon announces 4 percent tuition increase

    Carnegie Mellon University announced that tuition for the academic year (AY) 2022-2023 will be $59,864, a 4% annual increase. This is less than the rate of inflation, which grew by over 7% in 2021. Here is what to know about tuition changes:

    News | February 14, 2022
  • Housing increases beds, overlooks facility updates

    When Carnegie Mellon Housing & Residential Education Services sent a survey to its students in 2018, there was a lot to cover. Bob Reppe, the Senior Director of Planning & Design, walked through the survey — and what came of it — in an interview with The Tartan. Essentially, Housing wanted to know: “If you’re not living on campus, why?”

    News | February 7, 2022
  • 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

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