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Student passion unveiled at TEDxCMU

This past Sunday, 11 forward-thinking innovators came to McConomy Auditorium to give short talks on their current projects.

CMU redevelops semester in D.C.

Recently, the Carnegie Mellon University Washington Semester Program is being restructured and will not be offered in the Spring 2013 semester.

Under Construction encourages students to build skills, careers

Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences recently Hosted Under Construction, an event designed to help Dietrich graduates make connections in their respective fields.

University initiative aims to support alumni entrepreneurs

Carnegie Mellon has been offering students and alumni an opportunity to start their own businesses since June 2012 with support from the Open Field Entrepreneur’s Fund (OFEF).

Campus News in Brief

This week Franz Franchetti, a Carnegie Mellon professor, received a $6 million DARPA grant and a Carnegie Mellon-designed robot was nominated for an Edison Award.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

In their meeting last Thursday, the Student Senate made several special allocations to organizations such as Sigma Tau Delta and the Society for Automobile Engineers.

Crime & Incident

This week, the Carnegie Mellon police responded to an incident of theft and multiple instances of an odor of marijuana.

Pittsburgh mayor will not seek reelection

Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl announced on Friday that he will not be seeking reelection.

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