Chloe Thompson Senior Staffwriter

Class of 2016


  • SBP and SBVP candidates

    Dominic Akerele and Rohan Saigal

    News | March 24, 2014
  • Kai Roberts makes music about CMU, for CMU

    “A lot of times when I do shows .... I intend to meet you where you’re at and bring you to new heights. Meet you where you’re low and connect with you there, and then bring you up by the end of the show. And that’s kind of my philosophy with music now, kind of really hitting at the struggles of life and the human experience, and making it more bearable .... making struggles laughable, almost,” Kai...

    Pillbox | March 3, 2014
  • C Street Brass musically combine the old and new

    Turning a passion for something like computer science into a viable career is not difficult. Turning something like music into a viable career, especially in such an uncommon form as the brass quintet, is much harder. But that’s what the members of Carnegie Mellon’s ensemble-in-residence C Street Brass are doing.

    Pillbox | February 24, 2014
  • CMU students release Wop de Wop, the debut EP of electronic brass collaborative project

    Jakeisrain and C Street Brass released their first collaborative EP, Wop de Wop, this Saturday. Jake Berntsen, a sophomore music technology and philosophy double major, is the man behind Jakeisrain, while C Street Brass is a brass quintet ensemble in residence here at Carnegie Mellon. Originally the brainchild of trumpet player and second-year master’s student Scott Nadelson, the quintet include...

    Pillbox | February 10, 2014
  • Buffer zones essential for reproductive rights

    The Supreme Court is currently deliberating on a case challenging the 2007 Massachusetts law that mandates a buffer zone of 35 feet around clinics that provide abortions, according to The Boston Globe. Anti-abortion protesters ma...

    Forum | January 27, 2014

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