Brent Heard Contributing Editor
Cohon forum updates campus
University President Jared Cohon held an open forum on Tuesday on Carnegie Mellon policies and actions.
He addressed the upcoming end of his term as president, the university’s response to the Pennsylvania State University incident, and other issues pertaining to the current state of the school.News | December 5, 2011
CMU to expand to China
A university press release announced on Monday that Carnegie Mellon has formed an academic partnership with Sun Yat-sen University in China. The partnership is the next step in a series of international expansions.News | November 21, 2011
Fair mixes ice cream, jobs
Internships and free ice cream: a combination for students to enjoy on Tuesday evening at the Career and Professional Development Center’s “Internships: The Inside Scoop.”News | November 14, 2011
Refugee discusses personal story as part of StuCo class
Freelance writer and translator Ashok Gurung delivered a speech at Carnegie Mellon last Thursday regarding his life as a Bhutanese refugee.
As event co-organizer Inyoung Song described, Gurung spoke about “how his journey took him to Pittsburgh.”
The event was organized as part of a speaker series for the StuCo Refugee Studies in Pittsburgh (98-170).News | November 7, 2011
Alumni Awards’ varied recipients include a military officer, CEOs, professors, students
As the temperatures dropped and the sun set, alumni, faculty, and current students donned formal attire for the annual Alumni Awards ceremony.
In his opening remarks, University President Jared Cohon said that the Alumni Awards have “grown to be a highlight of the year for the university.”News | October 31, 2011