News Coverage and Content Marketing
I am currently a graduate student in the Magazine Writing Program at NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. I have two years of marketing experience and a BA in Creative Writing and a minor in Professional Writing from Carnegie Mellon University.
I have written about a wide array of topics and hope to soon use other varieties of media for my storytelling.
News Coverage and Content Marketing
ExxonMobil has been following this recipe for years at its tire-testing facility in its Baytown Technology & Engineering Complex in Texas. The extensive tire testing has made the facility's staff the world's experts on subjects like how fast a tire loses inflation pressure - known as inflation pressure loss rate - which hurts vehicle fuel mileage ...
Sometimes, inspiration comes in the form of a misprinted dinosaur. In 2011, WobbleWorks was developing Troody, a robotic dino toy. At the time, the company's business model was to develop toy ideas to sell to other companies. Maxwell Bogue and Peter Dilworth, founded the company together in 2010.
What is the best way to learn the physics behind bridges? By building one.
Artists and creators the world over recognize the 3Doodler as a powerful and revolutionary tool. But what impact do the critics, professors, and curators of the art world think the 3Doodler will have?
The first thing you might notice as you approach ExxonMobil's Baytown Petrochemical Complex is the billowing plume of water vapor rising from the facility. What you might not realize is just how far steam and water have traveled...
If you are reading this on a phone, tablet or laptop, you should probably thank Dr. M. Stanley Whittingham. In the 1970s Dr. Whittingham was working in a battery technology lab for ExxonMobil when he created the very first examples of a radical new technology: the rechargeable lithium ion battery that's most likely powering your ...
Natural gas is, in many ways, a substance of the future. It's a powerful fuel source that will be a key part of meeting the world's growing demand for energy. It is also the source of chemical compounds that are key to the creation of plastics and other materials used in daily life.
For some, the adventure doesn't end when the book closes or the credits roll. Fan Creators take inspiration from their favorite movies, games, comics, and cartoons and make incredible things. To see what that passion can produce, we gave some hardcore fans the latest 3Doodler Create for two weeks.
When it comes to housing at Carnegie Mellon University, after students' first year, two of the most luxurious options for those looking to live on campus are Webster Hall Apartments and Fairfax Apartments. While both are owned and operated by NDC Real Estate Management, Inc., Carnegie Mellon leases numerous apartments in both buildings.
Shortly after a closure for the University of Pittsburgh's annual Bigelow Bash, Bigelow Ave. was once again closed to traffic last Wednesday. This closure wasn't for a student event; instead a large crowd filled the cordoned-off street and rallied around a pickup truck. Speakers acted as a makeshift stage.
Despite gray skies and near-freezing weather for most of the day, Conflict Kitchen's reopening last Wednesday - after it closed due to a recent letter containing death threats - was met with all-day traffic and enthusiastic support. On the day of the reopening, a line stretched from the counter to the edge of Schenley Plaza, accompanied by a visible police presence.
Crepes Parisiennes is looking to provide customers with more than its already-wide range of crepes, waffles, and pastries - it is now applying for a liquor license. According to documents from the Office of City Clerk, a resolution for a transfer of licenses to the owners of the creperie has passed.
Both Horowitz for Microsoft and Lee and Katz for Google said that their superiors were reached mainly through online means: either conference calls to corporate headquarters (frequently at odd hours due to time zone differences) or emails.
Across the country, tech entrepreneurs and pop culture fans alike are gearing up for this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas, which will feature hundreds of musical performances, dozens of film screenings, and almost 300 exhibitors between March 10 and 20. Some 72,000 people have already registered for the event.
One look at all these fresh AF donuts, and we know what's going through your head, Los Angeles: You want one. We know. We did it on purpose. (#SorryNotSorry) So the big question becomes: What kind? Maybe it's the classics: a French cruller, a maple bar, or a jelly-filled donut covered in powdered sugar.
Students said goodbye to the Panther Hollow Inn, a popular bar for the campus community located at 4611 Forbes Avenue that closed its doors for the last time at the end of the last academic year. Since that time, the building has been gutted.
Last year, Carnegie Mellon University became the exclusive higher education partner of the Antoinette Perry Award for Excellence in Theatre. As a result, the next Tony Awards will feature a new category: The Excellence in Theatre Education Award. Nominations for the award are now open, and Carnegie Mellon will play a major role in granting this award.
Arts and Entertainment
If you see somebody screaming something like "JTCHOK-CHOK-CHOK-CHOKTA!" with an accompanying dance in the next few weeks, don't worry. Chances are they're emulating the musical stylings of the Norwegian musical cabaret act known as Ylvis, rather than indulging in something that's illegal in the state of Pennsylvania.
After a lengthy renovation the former Pizza Sola location on Atwood Street reopened a couple weeks ago as the location of Top Shabu-Shabu & Lounge. The restaurant was packed, although it was hard to determine how much of that came from the place being new and how much came from the popularity of the Japanese take on the traditional hot pot style of cooking.
Among Spring Carnival's attractions this year was a chance to catch an early glimpse at Sweet Jesus!, a new musical with music and lyrics by senior music composition major Eric Dietz, in the form of a concert reading. The script was written by Carnegie Mellon alumna Shannon Deep (BHA '10, HNZ '11) and Dietz's score was orchestrated by Matt Aument (CFA '10).
Iain M. Banks is a Scottish author who is renowned for his series of space opera novels about "the Culture." The Culture is a galaxy-spanning civilization that's solved most of its problems. Everybody can have any material thing they desire; people can take on inhuman appearances and change sex at will over the course of a month; and for the most part, people only die if they choose to, usually after 400 years or so.
Over 3,000 people converged at the Wyndham Grand hotel in downtown Pittsburgh when it hosted Tekkoshocon X, a Japanese culture convention, last Wednesday to Sunday. Many participants, known as cosplayers, came in hand-crafted costumes as anti-zombie commandos, school girls, wizards, aliens, knights, monsters, and more.