Sarah Mogin

Class of 2009


  • Games teach cybersafety

    College students aren’t the only ones decorating their dorm rooms.

    In “Carnegie Cadets,” an educational computer game advocating Internet safety, kids have complete control over their own virtual spaces. Players are able to earn rewards and purchase wallpaper, furniture, and even pets.

    SciTech | January 22, 2007
  • International films premiere at ‘Faces of Democracy’ festival

    Last Wednesday night, the South Side Works Cinema marquee wasn’t boasting Borat, Happy Feet, or Casino Royale. Instead, the evening belonged to Carnegie Mellon’s “Faces of Democracy” international film festival, a two-week-long event organized by a class in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences. Called “The Film Festival: Faces of Democracy in Contemporary World Cinema,” the course was...

    Pillbox | December 4, 2006
  • How Things Work: Quicksand

    “Beware of the ground for which you stand, the floor is quicker than the sand.”

    SciTech | November 20, 2006
  • Freedom of speech, revised

    Following extensive research last winter, the Controversial Speakers Policy Committee has finalized its proposal to replace the current controversial speakers policy. The new document, called the Policy on Freedom of Expression, is now awaiting the approval of several groups of students and faculty.

    News | November 20, 2006
  • Medical Note: The common cold

    Over the years, scientists have engineered vaccines for some of the most widespread and devastating diseases, including polio, tuberculosis, and smallpox. But even modern medicine is no match for one of the most prevalent ailments: the common cold.

    SciTech | November 13, 2006