Sabrina Porter Contributing Editor

Class of 2010


  • Campus News in Brief

    Students display technology

    Two Carnegie Mellon students will take part in the U.S. finals of Microsoft’s Imagine Cup from April 20 to 22 in Los Angeles, Calif.

    Over 16,000 U.S. college students registered for the competition, and Carnegie Mellon students are two of only 41 to make it to the round.

    News | April 21, 2008
  • New class offers advice

    The answer to rising seniors’ questions of what to do with their lives may only be six units away. The senior capstone seminar, 99-530 Preparing for the Future: What Happens Next, will debut next fall. The class will be the Fifth-Year Scholar project of Mary Grace DeForest, an operations research and statistics major.

    Pillbox | April 21, 2008
  • CBS polls Carnegie Mellon on upcoming elections

    Just over 70 percent of Carnegie Mellon students who are registered Democratic voters in Pennsylvania plan to vote for candidate Senator Barack Obama (D–Ill.) as opposed to Senator Hillary Clinton (D–N.Y.) in tomorrow’s Democratic primaries, according to a new survey. The study, conducted by CBS News and UWire, was given to randomly selected students at Carnegie Mellon and 14 other universities ac...

    News | April 21, 2008
  • Crime and Incident

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    April 5, 2008
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    A university employee found a book bag in the garbage can in the third-floor unisex bathroom in the Purnell Center under a garbage bag. Nothing suspicious was found in the contents, and the bag was identified as having been stolen a few days ago. University Police notified the owner, who then picked up his book bag.

    News | April 14, 2008
  • Hunt displays Donovan watercolors

    The flowers from the United Kingdom’s botanical gardens of the 1820s may be relics of the past. However, Edward Donovan’s watercolors of them make his exhibit in the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation the next best thing.

    Pillbox | April 14, 2008

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