Ohanian gives lessons on entrepreneurship, failure
Like the book, his presentation outlined his personal history, such as applying to Boston startup incubator Y Combinator with his University of Virginia roommate and Reddit co-founder Steve Huffman.
Mac Miller and Icona Pop to perform at Spring Carnival
The Activities Board announced last night that Icona Pop and Mac Miller will perform at Spring Carnival.
Venture capitalist Swartz donates $10 million to CMU
Renowned venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and Carnegie Mellon alumnus James Swartz (MSIA ’66) has made a $10 million donation to the Tepper School of Business.
Cohon to direct Scott Institute
Jared L. Cohon, who stepped down as the university’s eighth president this summer, has accepted a new position as director of the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon.
Diverse TED talks inspire students
TEDxCMU held its annual conference at Carnegie Mellon University, where 11 speakers gave 10–15 minute presentations on a variety of topics.
Campus News in Brief
This week, a Carnegie Mellon professor of biomedical engineering was elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.
Campus Crime and Incident
This week, University Police made progress in their investigation of the harassment of several students via Snapchat, and issued several citations for underage drinking.
Student Senate Meeting Minutes
This week, Senate discussed its upcoming Faculty Course Evaluation town hall and the planned changes to the University Center.
New housing to open on Clyde Street
The Department of Housing recently announced a new housing location for upperclassmen students on Clyde St. The new apartment-style complex will open in the Fall.