Claire Gustavson

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  • Carnegie Mellon celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day, falling annually on the third Monday of January, represents more than just a three-day weekend to the Carnegie Mellon campus. Observed nationwide since 2000, the holiday encourages people to reflect on the past, specifically the Civil Rights Movement, and to consider King’s messages in the context of current times. This year, Carnegie Mellon is hosting a range of events...

    News | January 17, 2011
  • Local mentorship program holds event on campus

    Strong Women Strong Girls (SWSG), a mentorship program for young girls, conducted one of its semi-annual field trips to Carnegie Mellon’s campus this past Saturday.

    News | November 22, 2010
  • Student group hosts two-day conference

    This past weekend, Carnegie Mellon played host to the annual Asian Student Leadership Conference (ASLC). The ASLC hosted a range of events aimed at promoting unity and involvement among Carnegie Mellon students. The event is a two-day affair, which, according to, “incorporates intellectual, social and political discussions about the role of the Asian and Asian-American experience in th...

    News | November 15, 2010
  • Modern languages department to offer a new master’s degree

    The department of modern languages announced a new master’s degree in applied second language acquisition. As one of only two graduate degrees offered by the department of modern languages, according to its website, the master’s in applied second language acquisition (MA in applied SLA) “draws on strengths of the department of modern languages at Carnegie Mellon.”

    News | November 8, 2010