Rosemary Haynes

Class of 2020


  • Quayshawn Spencer discusses the implications of race categories

    Of all the colleges in the United States, 99.8 percent of them define race with the same five categories in their application process. When applying for health care, taking a standardized test, sending a child to day care, the same five boxes are presented allowing the participant to check as many as apply to them. It is no mere coincidence that all Americans have become accustomed to the categori...

    News | April 3, 2017
  • Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship is now officially open

    On Oct. 25, Carnegie Mellon opened the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship. The event took place in Rangos ballroom, on the second floor of the University Center. The launch of the center is a highlight of this year’s biannual LaunchCMU event which showcases entrepreneurial achievements at Carnegie Mellon University. The center was made possible by the gracious $31 million donation by James R. Swar...

    News | November 7, 2016
  • Krisht discusses women in Hezbollah culture

    On Thursday Oct. 5, a crowd of Pittsburgh community members and Carnegie Mellon students gathered in Margaret Morrison to hear Hiba Krisht’s talk, “Veils, Virginity, and (In)visibility: On Being a Woman in Hezbollah Culture.” A member of the society Ex-Muslims of North America, Krisht spoke of these issues in the context of personal experience.

    News | October 10, 2016
  • Unlocking the history behind Hunt Library’s 15th International Exhibition

    Most students on campus could guess that the Hunt Library was funded through a donation of someone who’s last name was Hunt. Lesser known among the student body is the history behind the Hunt family and most importantly, Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt. Throughout her lifetime residing on Ellsworth Avenue in Shadyside, Rachel acquired an array of artifacts reflecting her fascination with the botanica...

    News | October 3, 2016
  • Actor Richard Schiff encourages students to vote in election

    Richard Schiff, an actor from the NBC drama The West Wing visited Carnegie Mellon last Thursday to show his for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

    News | September 19, 2016

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