Whether you’re staying in Pittsburgh over the summer for conducting research, to do a summer semester, to work or just to explore the city, there are tonnes of things you can do, even when you’re on a budget. Here’s a list of free things you could do in the ‘Burgh this summer
About Saniya Agarwal | Undergraduate Business 2021
Born and brought up in India, Saniya came to study at Carnegie Mellon University as an undergraduate business major. She was always interested in the fields of marketing, economics and business and hence chose this career field. In her free time, she likes to swim, cook, binge watch Netflix or just be with friends and family. In school, she was a part of volunteer work and would love to continue that association to society lifelong. She also loves traveling and wishes to explore as many places as she can on this globe. Saniya loves to learn new things, share experiences, get to know different people and learn from life as it comes.
Entries by Saniya Agarwal | Undergraduate Business 2021
For me, the spring semester is always more exciting than the fall semester! Why?…
“Carnegie Leadership Week”- a full week where you can grow as a leader, meet with your community, and learn from the experiences of alumni and peer. Cherry on top: free food, friends and loads of fun!
Learning outside of class via activities and events is as important as the learning we get within the four walls of our classrooms – something I learned during my Sophomore fall !
My first time in snow!
Bidding adieu to common misconceptions or myths about CMU
It’s always good to start college on the right foot. Here are some tips for the incoming freshman of class of 2022 regarding a smooth transition to college!
This article talks about the UBA Case Competition 2018
Here are some of the best study spots in CMU…
The advent of a new year means an opportunity to become a better person and an opportunity to resolve to transform and move in a positive direction. In the light of this, resolutions are good to chart out a path to reflect on and indulge in whats important.