Aisha Han Visual Editor

Class of 2018

Articles

  • Mushaben discusses Merkel’s transformative leadership style

    The crowd gave a chuckle as Joyce Mushaben flipped to her first slides, quipping about the formality of her introduction. “When you first hear these kinds of introductions, first of all, you understand why you’re really really tired, and secondly you think ‘oh, this is what they’re going to say about me when I’m dead!’”

    News | October 16, 2017
  • CMU promotes love and inclusion against the hatred of the Westboro Baptist Church

    On Oct. 5th, more than a hundred people stood at the edge of Carnegie Mellon University’s campus and faced the handful of Westboro Baptist Church protesters picketing across the street on the Forbes Ave. and Morewood Ave. intersection. The crowd, a mix of Carnegie Mellon students, university professors, Trans Liberation members, and passionate bystanders, [shouted](https://www.pghcitypaper.com/Blo...

    News | October 9, 2017
  • Interaction with the unknown connects scientists and artists

    On Sept. 28, the Worlds Within exhibition presented a panel discussion with Rob Kesseler, Worlds Within artist and Steve Tonsor, Director of Science and Research at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. The accomplished presenters discussed how the relationships between artists and scientists have evolved into partnerships and presented cases of the avenues for the intersections of these two dis...

    News | October 2, 2017
  • St. Louis court decision shows larger race issue

    St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley was recently acquitted of first-degree murder in the death of a black male back in December 2011. Protests broke out over the acquittal of Stockley this week, highlighting the injustice of the decision. More than 120 people were arrested Sunday night after peaceful demonstrations turned violent. CNN affiliated networks reported that officers chanted, “Whose ...

    Forum | September 25, 2017
  • International News in Brief

    MEXICO CITY — A 7.1 earthquake struck Mexico City on Sept. 19, the 32nd anniversary of the 1985 earthquake that occurred in the the same country and killed 10,000 people. More than 40 buildings collapsed and 273 people were killed. In Mexico City and outlying areas, many homes have been reduced to rubble. More than 2,600 people were injured.

    News | September 25, 2017

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