Braden Kelner Contributing Editor

Class of 2015


  • This year’s EOC to limit number of students in gymnasium

    As students prepare to flock Wiegand Gymnasium this week and try to earn a place among the employed, the Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) has announced changes intended to improve the Employment Opportunities Conference experience (EOC), including an 850-person cap on the number of students who can be in the gym at once.

    Special | February 9, 2015
  • Town Hall discusses wellness, minorities

    Making the Carnegie Mellon experience last a lifetime, balancing work and wellness, and better representing minorities on campus were just some of the items up for discussion at Wednesday’s campus-wide strategic planning town hall meeting.

    News | February 2, 2015
  • Student, alumnus found dead off campus

    A Carnegie Mellon graduate student and alumnus were found dead in Sherwood Towers Apartments on North Craig Street in an apparent murder-suicide last Thursday.

    News | February 2, 2015
  • Campus news in brief

    New board of trustees chair former PNC CEO

    Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PNC Financial Services Group James Rohr has been elected chairman of Carnegie Mellon’s board of trustees, according to a university press release.

    News | January 26, 2015
  • Senate

    Business affairs: Strip/Crawl, news app, First Lectures

    Senate reported that its Strip/Crawl event in the Strip District was a success, with approximately 400 people using a chartered bus shuttle for the event. Marty’s Market, which was located next to the shuttle stop and gave Carnegie Mellon students a 10 percent discount, saw a $900 increase in sales, according to Senate.

    News | January 26, 2015

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