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Questions remain in sex assault investigation

A university investigation into alleged sexual assaults in a Greek Quad fraternity house may have violated federal law on reporting and disclosing campus crimes.

Suresh speaks to parents, alumni

niversity President Subra Suresh addressed key issues facing Carnegie Mellon University and listened to the school community voice its concerns in two addresses.

Former general talks on U.S., war

Former U.S. Army Lieutenant General and former Ambassador to Afghanistan Karl Eikenberry spoke last Friday about the limits of American political intervention to students and faculty.

City council member Peduto discusses mayoral plans for city

Peduto’s lecture focused first on the history of Pittsburgh and its various stages of decline and renewal, and then on his plans as a mayoral candidate to continue the revitalization of the city.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Carnegie Mellon's master of arts management program implemented its Arts Management and Technology Laboratory.

CMU alumnus dies at Cornell

Turi Alcoser, a Carnegie Mellon Class of 2012 graduate, died last Monday.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

This week, senate discussed the location of the 2015 Spring Carnival and a possible upcoming town hall-style meeting.

Campus Crime and Incident

This week, there was an armed robbery in the vicinity of campus, and University Policy made progress in an investigation of the rash of recent thefts on campus.

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