Courtney Chin

Class of 2012


  • Frisbee takes third place at CUFF

    After a successful start to the season, the Carnegie Mellon Ultimate Frisbee team, “Mr. Yuk,” traveled to Poolesville, Md., to compete in the 32-team Colonial Ultimate Frisbee Festival (CUFF) and secured a third-place title after three rigorous days of play. Mr. Yuk competed alongside a few of the best teams on the East Coast, such as Penn State University, New York University, Georgetown Universi...

    Sports | November 22, 2010
  • Flying cars may soon become a reality with Carnegie Mellon research grant

    Many technologies that were only dreams of science fiction, such as the talking devices or the central communication network of the Borg on Star Trek, have become a reality, and one more invention is set to be realized. The long-awaited flying car has been given the green light by the United States government, specifically the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a subsidiary branc...

    SciTech | November 22, 2010
  • How things work: Wire transfers

    In today’s fast-paced world, transferring money needs to be fast and secure. Wire transfer is one such method that is commonly associated with modern online banking, but its history is longer than many believe.

    SciTech | November 15, 2010
  • Fall Athletic Honors

    As the season draws to a close for many fall varsity sports, many hardworking athletes bring one important principle promoted by the University Athletic Association (UAA) — the concept of a student athlete. The UAA has released its list of student athletes who have earned All-Academic Recognition this fall, selected from three men’s and three women’s teams. To qualify, each athlete must have been ...

    Sports | November 15, 2010
  • HealthTalk: Painkillers

    “Keep out of reach of children” is most often the first warning that appears on the labels of painkillers. Painkillers, or analgesics, are drugs that block the pain receptors in your body from sending neurotransmitters, or pain signals, to your brain. These analgesics range from mild over-the-counter drugs such as acetaminophen — the most common ingredient in Tylenol and other pain medications — t...

    SciTech | November 8, 2010

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