This edition is archived. Go back to the current edition

Students protest amid Downhill Derby controversy

Students gathered to protest outside Warner Hall on Thursday in response to an email from Carnegie Mellon President Jared Cohon.

The changing faces of Carnegie Mellon: A presidential retrospective

A retrospective look at Carnegie Mellon's past presidents.

PHI to shut down; students grieve

Panther Hollow Inn — known among students as “PHI” — formally announced that it is closing by the end of May after 16 years of operation.

Town Hall Presentation on Two Major Campus Projects

A Town Hall presentation was held last Tuesday to discuss two major Campus Projects: the construction of the Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall and the upcoming additions to the University Center.

New SMART IDs to be issued this fall

Students were recently asked to vote on a new design for the Carnegie Mellon student ID card.

University expands toward Craig Street

Attendees of an open Town Hall discussed the fate of Craig Street on Wednesday.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Carnegie Mellon researchers developed new touch-based technology, while the Advanced Robotic Laser Coating Removal System won an Edison Award.

Student Senate meeting minutes

This week, the Student Senate allocated funds to Enactus and discussed the "Senate with You" outreach event.

Campus Crime and Incident

This week, several students were cited for underage drinking and a student reported a theft at a Sigma Chi fraternity party.

« Newer stories Older stories »