Juan Acosta

Class of 2015


  • CMU must do more to prioritize diversity not just on paper

    Carnegie Mellon’s Diversity Town Hall meeting left me disillusioned and disheartened.

    Forum | March 23, 2015
  • Dog Sees God reveals bittersweet transition

    “Grief ain’t good” is sloppily spray painted against a yellow background, a reference to the iconic black and yellow polo shirt Charlie Brown is so famously associated with. This cleverly-constructed set design and spray painted message set the tone for the play before the production of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead began this past Saturday.

    Pillbox | December 5, 2011
  • University Store introduces new services

    The Carnegie Mellon University Store has implemented new services which will make the purchase of textbooks more convenient for students.

    At the beginning of the fall semester, the bookstore began to offer a rental service for books.

    News | November 21, 2011
  • Tokyo Police Club puts on energetic show

    Carnegie Mellon was struck by indie rock talent this past weekend as it played host to local band 1,2,3 and the Canadian band Tokyo Police Club. The well-publicized event was presented by AB Concerts, which began planning this event in August. The head event coordinators were Lynn Streja, senior human-computer interaction and information systems double major, and Luyba Zeylikman, senior economics ...

    Pillbox | November 14, 2011
  • Reading shows off student talent

    The second of three creative writing student readings for the fall semester was a delicious showcase of the range of talents that Carnegie Mellon offers. It was held in Baker Hall 260, affectionately known as “the Glad.”

    Pillbox | November 14, 2011