Kelly Cahill

Class of 2009


  • Stockpiles stir concern

    In various locations on campus, there exist the Holy Grails of study resources: organized files of old exams, papers, notes, and homework. The files are behind the locked doors of some Greek housing facilities and, curiously, down a nondescript hallway in the basement of Cyert Hall.

    News | November 10, 2008
  • CMU Australia meets newspaper critics

    Carnegie Mellon’s Australia campus has come under criticism from the press and taxpayers alike.

    Over the summer, the Adelaide Advertiser ran a series of articles criticizing the amount of taxpayer money used to bring the Heinz College to Adelaide, South Australia, and suggesting that the campus was experiencing management difficulties.

    News | October 27, 2008
  • Security steps up

    After nearly a yearlong vacancy for the position, Tom Ogden reported for his first day of duty as director of campus security and chief of University Police last Monday.

    News | September 15, 2008
  • Bottled milk, juice, and sodas no longer available on meal blocks

    The high cost of food and gas are partially to blame for a recent change in the availability of beverage options on meal blocks, according to Housing and Dining Services.

    News | September 8, 2008
  • Heinz dean resigns amid diploma debacle

    The dean of the Heinz School of Public Policy and Management resigned Friday after a Heinz School faculty member discovered a questionable master’s degree was awarded during his tenure.

    News | August 25, 2008