A record high for college endowments
A new study shows that colleges and universities are receiving more money than most charities.
College applicants reach all-time high
This year experienced a record-breaking torrent of applications as competition tightened for colleges and universities nationwide.
Roommates wanted: Young, hip, and Real
MTV’s The Real World will be celebrating part of its 21st birthday in Pittsburgh. Carnegie Mellon students have a chance to be a part of the celebration.
College study abroad is corrupt, subpoenas say
Fifteen university study abroad offices have been charged with traveling too much, not from their home countries, but rather, from the law.
Campus gathers to service community
Volunteer work, though done for others, is about to take the spotlight for itself this week. Today is the start of campus-wide Service Week.
Campus News in Brief
Sciannameo guides students Carnegie Mellon has appointed Franco Sciannameo, College of Fine Arts Distinguished Scholar in Multidisciplinary Studies,...
Title: “You Look Terrible: How Not to Dress for a Job Interview” The Basics: Deirdre Clemente, Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. candidate in history and former...
The Pepsi vs. Coca-Cola battle has been raging for decades. At Carnegie Mellon at least, Pepsi has won. Students returned from break to find all dining...
Crime and Incident
Theft Jan. 18, 2008 at 9:18 a.m. A University Center bookstore employee called University Police to report a female actor attempting to steal books....