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Incoming president Subra Suresh visits campus

This week, President-Elect Subra Suresh visited Carnegie Mellon's campus.

Students team up for Rwandan kids

Recently, Carnegie Mellon's Project Rwanda has been trying to expand its efforts to help Rwandan students.

Lecture discusses education structure

Last week a roundtable-discussion on higher education reform proposed systemic changes to the current system.

Hacking culture breaking into campus

Hacking culture at Carnegie Mellon has seen a recent upsurge, as organizations look to increase attendance and diversity.

Campus News in Brief

This week, a Princeton University professor was awarded Carnegie Mellon's Dickinson Prize, and iCarnegie plans to open new centers in Mexico.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

This week the Student Senate discussed the development of a new StuCo on Carnegie Mellon culture and refined the proposed new sexual assault policy.

Campus Crime & Incident Reports

The Carnegie Mellon police cited several individuals for underage drinking and responded to an attempted burglary in this past week.

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