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Fire breaks out Wednesday night in Doherty Hall

A fire broke out in the lower levels of Doherty Hall around 9 p.m. Wednesday evening.

Sparse attendance at election debates; leave students wanting more campaign details

Candidates for student body elections responded to questions about their platforms in Monday's and Tuesday's student government election debates.

Plagiarism service solicits students

A website called Lashzone, which functions as a paper mill service, recently sent a number of emails to Carnegie Mellon students to solicit their services.

PayTango dances its way to success

Four Carnegie Mellon seniors launched PayTango, a fingerprint-based payment method that eliminates the need for identification and debit cards.

Beta Theta Pi suspended over sexually explicit recordings

The Carnegie Mellon chapter of Beta Theta Pi has been suspended due to allegations regarding the filming and circulation of sexually explicit photos and videos.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Carnegie Mellon students won a Department of Energy competition and got the chance to test a Guinness World Recording winning paper airplane.

Crime & Incident

This week, an armed robbery was committed and police responded to complaints about an odor of marijuana in the Residence on Fifth.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

This week, the Student Senate discussed Carnegie Mellon's arts pass program, and making changes to the Election Board bylaws.

Five-alarm fire blazes through Oakland

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