Students weigh in on elections
In many ways, it is hard to believe that Carnegie Mellon was ranked the most politically apathetic college or university by The Princeton Review in 2002.
Nation’s youth get involved in Pennsylvania primaries
This year’s elections have seen an unprecedented level of excitement among the nation’s youth.
Campus debates dramatic changes in smoking policy
Cigarette butts on the Cut may soon be punishable by a fine. The Healthy Campus Task Force presented a proposal Thursday that would dramatically change the university’s smoking policy
Scottie dog becomes university’s official pet and mascot
Today, Carnegie Mellon announces that actor Bill Cosby will give the university a real, live Scottie dog to be the official Tartan mascot.
Robots look to the moon
Carnegie Mellon faculty and students have been hard at work building a robot, called “Red Rover,” that they anticipate will land on the surface of the moon before 2012.
IBM issues faculty grants
IBM just made a big financial investment, not in the stock market but with Carnegie Mellon students. The company gave a series of research grants last week.
Class discusses environment
This weekend, Carnegie Mellon’s concern for the environment will take the spotlight in a three-day program that offers inspirational lectures as well as course credit.
Campus News in Brief
Tepper hosts an urban symposium and researchers study cell phones.
Women’s activist speaks on campus. and many other lectures at the university.
Here is a look at the history of the highly controversial SAT examinations at Carnegie Mellon and nationwide.
Crime and Incident
Take a look at the crime report from this past week.