Enjoying Healthy Relationships in College

“Having a [significant other] is like having a 12 unit course, and I can’t afford to overload,” some students like to joke. There’s a grain of truth to that statement; relationships do take time and effort for anyone, not just for college students. Whether you decide to have a partner in college is completely up to personal […]

15-112

Of CMU’s various schools, each major has a specific guideline of classes, especially for freshmen, to enroll in. As a Tepper student, I have Business Computing, Principles of Macroeconomics, and Multivariate Analysis. For one of my free class spaces, I decided to take 15-112, the infamous introductory programming course. To my slight surprise, it’s been […]

Welcome Back!

What better way to start off the new semester than with some pastries and conversation? Welcome back everyone and good luck with your classes!

Almost Midnight Finals Event!

Every year, the Student Dormitory Council (SDC) hosts the Almost Midnight Breakfast the night before reading day. Faculty and staff put on their serving caps and aprons to serve free all-you-care-to-eat breakfast food for hungry and stressed out students. The goal? Bring joy to finals week and allow students a time to relax and de-stress with food and […]

University Student Affairs Council Meeting!

A diverse group of leaders composed of undergraduates, graduate students, alumni, and faculty members of the Carnegie Mellon community come together to combat campus issues and brainstorm new ways to enhance the CMU experience!

Ph.D. Student Hallo-Wine

One of the Tepper PhD student’s more recent traditions: Hallo-Wine! Combining Halloween hi-jinx with wine tasting. Tons of fun!     

Managing mental health as a college student

Mental health is a daunting topic yet something I am passionate about. In the spring semester, CMU put up big posters with prompts such as “CMU Stress Culture Doesn’t Exist. Thoughts?” where students could put their thoughts. Additionally, former president Subra Suresh had talked about expanding Counseling and Psychological Services, CaPS, so that it is […]

Looking back on Diversity Weekend 2016– Ben Strickhouser

A perspective on diversity weekend 2016, from class of 2019 MBA candidate Ben Strickhouser:   I was lucky enough to be invited to attend Diversity Weekend because of my military service in the U.S. Navy. Diversity Weekend was my first visit to Tepper. At this point in my MBA search I had already visited all […]

Carnegie Mellon Activities That You Might Want to Know About

Carnegie Mellon academics keep the student body very busy but when we have free time, many of us like to watch or participate in activities or organizations on campus. Since there are so many things happening on CMU’s campus, it is easy to miss an activity that you would be interested in. Here are a […]

Exercising at Carnegie Mellon

I started to feel that college was limiting my capability to exercise. With the load of work and the constant press for time, it seemed like a luxury to exercise and still have enough energy to go through the day.