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Campus weighs in on stress culture

Dean of Student Affairs Gina Casalegno, Vice Provost for Education Amy Burkert, and leaders in the student government hosted a Town Hall on Carnegie Mellon...

Sexual assault policy changes

Gina Casalegno, Dean of Student Affairs, presented a draft of Carnegie Mellon’s revised sexual harassment and assault policy at a Town Hall meeting last...

Kosher dining graces campus

Carnegie Mellon’s newest dining establishment, the Pomegranate, is an attempt to accommodate students with religious dietary restrictions. However,...

Reports reveal allocation of university spending

Since last week’s announcement from the university regarding an increase in tuition for the next academic year, questions were prompted by the student...

CMU summer school funding restored

The Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences will resume this summer after a three-year hiatus.

Campus News in Brief

This week, two Carnegie Mellon professors conducted research on Oakland meter parking and a group of architecture were awarded an NSF prize.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

Academic Affairs The Student Senate aims to accomplish three key objectives with respect to academic goals. First, efforts will be made to connect with...

Crime & Incident

This week, a Stever vending machine was burgled and a noise complaint was filed.

Corrections & Clarifications

In the Student Senate meeting minutes (News, Jan. 28), the student readership program mentioned was discussed by the Joint Funding Committee, not Undergraduate...

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