College presidents paid more than last year
According to an annual survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education, public university presidents’ salaries are on the rise.
Failing economy hinders education
Over 70 percent of qualified high school graduates who choose not to enroll in college blame economic costs, according to a new survey.
Recently retired Vice President for Enrollment Bill Elliott reflected on his 38 years at Carnegie Mellon Monday in McConomy Auditorium.
Hunt Library to be renovated
Long hours of doing homework and studying for tests may soon be brightened up by future renovations of the Hunt Library.
Students spread green knowledge
A team of Carnegie Mellon students and faculty represented the university at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Although the economy has taken a toll on consumer buying, reports show that consumers are eager to spend big bucks with the Black Friday sales approaching.
Gloriana St. Clair, the dean of university libraries, will present a lecture, “In Her Own Words,” on the role that authors and books have played in her life.
Campus News in Brief
Carnegie Mellon plans for transit disorder and Thanksgiving
Crime and Incident
Suspicious Person Nov. 14, 2008 at 12:38 p.m. A man was seen carrying a laptop and wandering around the third floor of the East Campus Garage looking...