Sarah Mogin

Class of 2009


  • SayWhat?

    Previously on Dawson’s Creek: Our heroine, a bright-eyed, conflicted 20-something, decided not to return to Carnegie Mellon for her senior year of college. Fleeing the scene, she moved to New Jersey to live with her mother and began the onerous task of finding a job....

    Forum | November 10, 2008
  • Three’s company for music technology

    In the city of bridges, Carnegie Mellon is a welcome member, fostering connections between numerous colleges and disciplines. The music technology program, a fusion of courses from the College of Fine Arts, the Carnegie Institute of Technology, and the School of Computer Science, is a new and much-anticipated addition to the university’s repertoire.

    Pillbox | April 28, 2008
  • Last Lecture put into print

    Carnegie Mellon alumnus and Wall Street Journal columnist Jeffrey Zaslow lectured at the Philip Chosky Theater last Monday to discuss his experiences writing The Last Lecture with Randy Pausch. A computer science professor, Pausch became well-known last September for his lecture “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” when he addressed a packed McConomy on his unique life, and his optimistic ...

    Pillbox | April 21, 2008
  • Mobots skedaddle on record-breaking runs

    Between Spring Carnival headliners the Roots and Human Giant, a crowd of people gathered on the grass outside Wean Hall to watch the 14th annual Mobot races, an event with just as much heart — though slightly fewer arms, legs, and opposable thumbs. The term “mobots” is short for “mobile robots,” a blanket term for the competition’s self-contained, autonomous entries.

    Pillbox | April 21, 2008
  • A confusing logo war for Apple

    I’m sitting here typing on a white MacBook enhanced by the fabulous Mac OS X Leopard. My first-generation iPod nano is mere feet away, while my omnipresent craving for an iPhone looms even closer. What can I say — I’m a sucker for Apple’s intuitive, visually pleasing designs, not to mention the brand’s cultish appeal to tech-savvy 20-somethings. I’m an Apple fan, and it would take a severely drast...

    Forum | April 21, 2008