January 2009

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Randy Pausch: 2008 Pittsburgher of the Year

CMU professor Randy Pausch's last lecture, titled "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams," was a YouTube phenomenon that captivated the world. His book, based on the same principles, became a runaway best-seller. Pausch died last July of pancreatic cancer at age 47. He lived an extraordinary life, and in dying he inspired others on how to live.

Love and Haiti

Pittsburgh sisters Jamie and Ali McMutrie are devoting their lives to saving the lives of orphans at their BRESMA orphanage in Haiti.
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Randy Pausch: 2008 Pittsburgher of the Year

CMU professor Randy Pausch's last lecture, titled "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams," was a YouTube phenomenon that captivated the world. His book, based on the same principles, became a runaway best-seller. Pausch died last July of pancreatic cancer at age 47. He lived an extraordinary life, and in dying he inspired others on how to live.

Love and Haiti

Pittsburgh sisters Jamie and Ali McMutrie are devoting their lives to saving the lives of orphans at their BRESMA orphanage in Haiti.
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