There’s nothing quite like walking back to your dorm room after a late night lecture, study session, or review session that makes you feel like you’ve really, truly made it to college. And there’s nothing quite like walking across the Randy Pausch Bridge after dark that makes you feel like you’ve really, truly made it […]
In the first few months of their college experience, college freshmen experience a lot of change and freedom. For example, they live with friends, do everything by themselves, and escape their helicopter parents that are worried at home.
“Transitioning,” “adjusting,” “change”: much like the buzzwords “holistic” and “midterms,” “making the transition to college” is one of those phrases that brings along with it a lot more stress than it actually should. Contrary to my own expectations heading into my freshman year at CMU, I did not spend my first few days wandering around […]
Hello World! My name is Meet Wadhwa and I am an Undergraduate Business Administration student in the class of 2022 at the Tepper School of Business.
Back when I was a freshman, I would walk by the TOC and see everyone dressed professionally. I remember feeling terrible and asking myself, “Why aren’t you dressed up today? I went earlier this week and I went once last week but am I trying hard enough?”
A Haiku dedicated to recruiting season! Hand shakes, resumes Try hard to stand out from crowd Tiring but worth a shot! It’s peak recruiting time for many full time and internship positions. From the encompass career fair right now and Tepper meet up networking session yesterday to the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) and many company […]
Students from undergraduate Business and Economics mingled outside the new Tepper building while the undergraduate Business advisors served up Millie’s ice cream and various student groups advertised their organizations to prospective members.
This past Wednesday 9/5, SLICE (Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement) hosted the annual Fair at Carnegie Mellon. What was previously known as the Activities Fair, the Fair is an extension to the Activities Fair with not only showcasing the 300+ Student Government approved organizations but also a broader selection of cultural and community partners […]
“To serve is to live.” – Frances Hesselbein Last weekend (July 20-24) I have had the pleasure and honor of participating in the 10th annual Hesselbein Global Academy with 38 passionate and emerging leaders as well as mentors and alumni from around at the University of Pittsburgh. In just 5 short days, we learned from […]
For the past three weeks I have been interning at SVN | Three Rivers Commercial Advisors (SVN | TRCA) in downtown Pittsburgh. SVN, short for Sperry Van Ness, is a commercial real estate firm with offices around the US and abroad in Canada, South Korea, Russia and couple more. While SVN | TRCA has been […]
Of all the semesters I have had at Carnegie Mellon, this past one was by far the busiest. Hopefully yours wasn’t as hectic. But now it’s time to relax and unwind because summer is here! Internships, jobs, vacations, and family get-togethers are just a few of the things that go on during this wonderful time. […]
Several students in the undergraduate Economics programs went on a tour of the new Tepper Quad on the last day of classes right before finals week. The building set to open this summer with faculty and staff moving in, it will become the new center of campus. With the Tepper Quad set to have new […]
Last Saturday April 28, residents of Stever House gathered for one of its last large community event – Stever Speaks. Stever House is a first-year residence hall community on campus. More notably it is also known as the “Green House” as it is the first residence hall in the US to be LEED certified. Its […]
Yesterday, 22 new students were inducted into the Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics) Honors Society. The new inductees joined the current 18 student members who were inducted last year as juniors in a formal ceremony held in the Tepper Grand Room. Led by the head of the Economics department Professor Chris Sleet, the new inductees received […]
On Friday March 23 at 5pm, a group of diverse, motivated, and passionate first-years and several upperclass students gathered in Rangos ballroom for ELebrations. Roughly six weeks ago, these same people gathered at Camp Guyasuta, twenty minutes from campus surrounded by nature for an overnight retreat. Most of them had not known each other nor […]