Alvin Mathew

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  • Hacking culture breaking into campus

    Carnegie Mellon has seen a new wave of students contributing to “hacking” culture over the course of recent years.

    One campus club that has contributed to this trend is Make CMU, a hacking-based organization that encourages students to “make things with computers,” according to the group’s website.

    News | February 25, 2013
  • Scam warning for CMU campus area

    Many Carnegie Mellon University students have recently been targeted by an individual soliciting money in the Oakland area. The suspect, described as an African-American woman, has reportedly been fabricating stories to solicit money from students and Pittsburgh residents.

    News | February 18, 2013
  • Trejos discusses inequalities of trade

    Former Minister of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica Alberto Trejos presented a lecture about the World Trade Organization (WTO) last Friday at Hamburg Hall.

    According to a university press release, Trejos “was Costa Rica’s lead negotiator at the WTO and negotiated Costa Rica’s membership in the Central America Free Trade Agreement.”

    News | December 3, 2012
  • Students weigh in on CulinArt nutritional facts

    When you order a hamburger from City Grill, pizza from Skibo Café, or pasta from The Exchange, do you know what’s in your food? The Tartan Food Tracker, a project currently in beta version, aims to help you find out.

    News | November 19, 2012
  • Blum shares Turing legacy

    Lenore Blum, a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, recently presented a School of Computer Science Special Talk Lecture. The lecture, which took place Tuesday in Rashid Auditorium, was titled “Alan Turing and the Other Theory of Computation.” Alan Turing is a famous figure in computer science, and is well known for inventing the Turing machine and for his work with the theory of computa...

    News | October 15, 2012