Paola Mathus Contributing Editor

Class of 2019


  • Surpassing the hype: the power of 112 and Concepts

    From painting the fence to participating in buggy, Carnegie Mellon's traditions take many forms, and adding the notorious 15-112 (hereafter referred to as 112) and Concepts of Mathematics (referred to as Concepts) to your academic resume is a tradition every student is quickly introduced to when first arriving at Carnegie Mellon. Despite the two courses falling under the School of Computer Science...

    Forum | April 9, 2018

    On any random day circa 2015, there existed the off chance everyone could find a contemporary cultural icon to relate to. With players such as Kanye, J.Lo and even Ru Paul on scene, the feeling of a diverse norm within the entertainment industry seemed almost guaranteed, even if it would only come to fruition in a distant future. Yet, over the past few months, BROCKHAMPTON and their many artistic ...

    Pillbox | February 5, 2018
  • Reliving the legacy of Randy Pausch and his last lecture

    On the quiet evening of Sept. 18, 2007, one room in particular was buzzing with excitement on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University. Filled to maximum capacity, the McConomy Auditorium held a crowd eagerly awaiting a “Last Lecture” given by one of the university’s own dearly admired professors, Randy Pausch. Unbeknownst to them, this lecture, titled “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams,” wou...

    News | October 16, 2017

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