Mark Egerman Personnel Manager

Class of 2005


  • The Red Sox won it and nobody can take it away

    The last time a newspaper reported that the Red Sox would win the World Series, Johannes Gutenberg decided it wasn?t newsworthy and put it below the fold. A World Series victory is the greatest thing since sliced bread, which, for the record, was invented after the next most recent time the Red Sox won the Series.
    In all honesty, I was not sure that this would ever happen in my lifetime. I had g...

    Sports | November 1, 2004
  • Executive Privilege

    With the beginning of Homecoming, hundreds of alumni have returned to a campus that has undergone a great deal of change. Those celebrating their fifth anniversary will be surprised by the presence of New House, the Posner Center, the Doherty addition and Newell-Simon Hall. Those celebrating their 20th anniversary will be surprised by the University Center and the new School of Computer Science. T...

    News | October 18, 2004
  • John Kerry, Condoleezza Rice to appear on campus

    John Kerry will be speaking at Carnegie Mellon on Wednesday. The Massachusetts senator and Democratic nominee for President will bring his campaign to campus to speak to members of CMU and individuals from the Western Pennsylvania area.
    The appearance is similar to Vice President Al Gore?s speech on campus four years ago, near the end of that presidential campaign. At that event, then chair of ...

    News | October 18, 2004
  • EXTRA! October surprise: Politicos visit campus

    Wednesday?s rally presented journalists with an interesting challenge. With so many students owning digital cameras and writing in their online journals/blogs, thousands of people would be documenting this event. In response to the proliferation of independent coverage, I decided that I would try to get a few exclusive interviews with some of the celebrities coming to our campus. There was only on...

    News | October 18, 2004
  • Sustainable Students seeks continued success

    Ann Wootton thinks that ?students have a great deal of power.? She wants to do something about it. So do Isabella Cederquist and Diane Loviglio. Together, they are the three co-leaders of Sustainable Students, one of the newest student organizations on campus. Organizations come and organizations go, but few have had the immediate success of Sustainable Students.

    Pillbox | October 11, 2004