James Tetlow

Class of 2007


  • Students plan holiday service for next week

    Community service events abound at Carnegie Mellon for the week after Thanksgiving break (November 27 – December 1). Several of this year’s projects will focus on World AIDS Day. All will provide opportunities for Carnegie Mellon sudents to help children and community members during the holiday season. In addition, Student Activities will host a meeting with members of student organizations to dis...

    News | November 20, 2006
  • Students bring tech support to third world countries

    Technology is everywhere — from flat-screen TVs to one of the Robotics Club’s newest mobots. But for developing communities around the world, technology can be much harder to find. That is why robotics faculty member Bernardine Dias founded TechBridgeWorld, an organization devoted to the implementation of technological solutions for developing communities.

    News | November 6, 2006
  • Midterm elections — A look at the candidates

    From governor to state Senator, this coming election includes contests for several top positions. On November 7, registered voters will get to choose Pennsylvania’s next governor, U.S. Senators, and state and U.S. House members.


    Name: Ed Rendell

    Running mate: Catherine Baker Knoll

    Party: Democratic

    News | October 30, 2006
  • Heinz review journal examines health care issues

    Every publication has to start sometime.

    News | October 16, 2006
  • Lectures to focus on social and technological issues

    This week’s lectures feature a variety of social and technological issues, from controlling internet access in the United States to the pros and cons of electronic voting.

    News | October 9, 2006