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Contracting worker dies in Wean Hall industrial accident

A contracting worker was killed after suffering electrocution while working on campus in Wean Hall on Tuesday.

Coffee grounds, plastic forks get new life at Tazza D’Oro

Carnegie Mellon students and staff have come together to test out a new composting program at Tazza D’Oro.

Kosbie advises students on happiness, well-being in life

Kosbie stresses the importance of socializing, especially through in-person interactions, as opposed to communication through electronic media or over the Internet.

KBox combines singing and culture

Carnegie Mellon students and alumni started KBox, a karoake house and business venture in order to strengthen the Asian community of Pittsburgh.

Pfenning pleased to start new job

Pfenning succeeds Jeannette Wing as the new head of the computer science department.

Garrett becomes CIT Dean

James Garrett Jr., Thomas Lord Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was named dean of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, effective since Jan. 1.

President Cohon threatened

University President Jared Cohon became the victim of a threat, which resulted in Pittsburgh Police protecting his house for 24 hours.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Tepper School of Business offered a new student option for completing their MBA program and researchers published new findings on brain development.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include a Martin Luther King Jr. Day keynote address and a lecture on terrorism and the media.

Crime & Incident

This week's incidents include aggravated assault on a police officer and several cases of burglary.

Statistically Speaking

This past week, the 70th Golden Globe awards took place.

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