Mariluz Orbay-Cerrato Staffwriter

Class of 2011


  • Lecture Preview

    Title: School of Architecture Lecture Series — “Lars Lerup and the Environment”

    News | March 3, 2008
  • Campus News in Brief

    Students rush to RecycleMania

    Carnegie Mellon students are taking “reduce, reuse, recycle” to a whole new level.

    Carnegie Mellon stands with more than 400 other schools in an intense competition of who can gather the most recyclables per capita, with the amounts measured weekly in pounds.

    News | February 25, 2008
  • Lecture Preview

    Title: “Temperature Shocks, Energy Prices, and U.S. Mortality”

    The Basics: Dr. Joseph Aldy, a professor in The Heinz School for Public Policy and Management, will give a lecture on his study of the consequences of recent changes in temperature and energy prices.

    News | February 25, 2008
  • Carnegie Mellon unveils new study abroad program in Qatar

    On a snowy February morning, while sitting at the Carnegie Mellon Café sipping a latte, it may be hard to acknowledge that in another part of the world, it is not snowing at Carnegie Mellon.

    There, temperatures are skyrocketing and desert sands are the norm.

    News | February 18, 2008
  • Middle class takes first-class college aid

    Middle-child syndrome could be seeing a cure sometime soon, at least in terms of financial aid at Ivy League colleges. Harvard University, Dartmouth College, and Yale University, among others, have implemented financial aid policies aimed specifically at the middle class income bracket.

    News | February 4, 2008