Obama appears at Soldiers and Sailors
Two weeks after Senator Hillary Clinton’s visit to Pittsburgh, Senator Barack Obama spoke to a similarly enthusiastic crowd of Pittsburghers who filled...
Student government elections heat up on campus
While Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton duke it out in national politics, candidates for Carnegie Mellon student government are having their own debates in preparation for the elections on April 6–8.
Congressmen weigh in on national elections
Former Congressmen Bob Carr (D–Mich.) and Jack Buechner (R–Mo.) visited campus this past Tuesday and Wednesday, reaching out to the community through...
University receives accreditation
It is good to know that our 10th-highest tuition in the country is not going to waste. Carnegie Mellon was reaccredited last month by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Harvard restricts gym hours
Harvard’s institution of all-female gym hours has caused a nationwide debate as to the appropriateness of such measures at university fitness centers.
History department hosts first real-life Pittsburgh policy case competition
On Friday, April 4, Carnegie Mellon students will tackle the real-life issues of Pittsburgh, in a case competition at least.
Campus News in Brief
Faculty examines fossil fuels and a new professorship is given out.
Famous chef Anthony Bourdain shares cooking secrets and other lectures are happening on campus this week.
Today marks the close of March, Women’s History Month. Here are some statistics on women’s leadership in recent years:
Crime and Incident
Take a look at the crime report from this past week.