Meela Dudley

Class of 2013


  • Learn to manage your student activities

    If you’re like most students here at Carnegie Mellon, chances are that, during the Student Activities Fair, you signed up for about 50 d-lists. And chances are that, when you returned home, you were shocked to find your inbox flooded with information about info-sessions, meetings, and audition times. It really is the plague of the Carnegie Mellon student — with so many amazing activities and oppor...

    Pillbox | September 13, 2010
  • Calendar

    Author Rhiannon Frater. Joseph-Beth Booksellers (South Side Works). 7 p.m.
    Occasional Reign. Brothers Grimm Bar and Restaurant. 9 p.m.

    FastTrac NewVenture entrepreneurial workshop. Chatham University. 6:30 p.m.
    Improv Comedy Class. Wrightman School Community Building. 7 p.m.

    Pillbox | September 13, 2010
  • Greek recruitment does not need to be stressful

    Most of the time, when The Tartan reports on matters involving Greek life at Carnegie Mellon, it is to cover controversial or monumental events on campus. Whether it’s the spray painting of chickens by pledges, a look into the successes of a Panhellenic charity event, or simply the results of the annual Greek Sing event, unbiased objectivity is key in the creation of these articles. There are, how...

    Forum | September 13, 2010
  • Getting environmentally friendly

    For the past couple of decades, there has been a lot of talk about change — many people have proposed adapting our habits as human beings and inhabitants of Earth to decrease the ecological taxation on our planet, thus extending the planet’s seemingly diminishing life span. While talking, planning, and proposing are necessary beginning steps when approaching a subject as openly disputed as ecolo...

    Pillbox | August 30, 2010
  • Achieve stress relief through exercise

    As Carnegie Mellon students, it’s no understatement to say that we get overwhelmed at times. Whether it’s school work, clubs and activities, or just trying to fit a little fun into our busy schedules, students at this school tend to get stressed out. Interestingly enough, Carnegie Mellon students can get pretty creative when finding ways to deal with stress.

    Pillbox | August 30, 2010

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