University tuition reflects low endowment
For one year of a Carnegie Mellon education, entering first-years will pay approximately $50,000, which is the cost of a fully-equipped BMW convertible.
SCS’ Robot Hall of Fame inducts four new robots
Lt. Cmdr. Data, of the Star Trek fame, gets inducted into Carnegie Mellon’s Robot Hall of Fame.
Religion is not an independent entity
In a March 30 article in the Vatican’s newspaper, Monsignor Vittorio Formenti said that Catholicism is no longer the dominant religion in the world.
Men's tennis wins the GLCA, women's loses to Denison
With their high levels of play this week, the Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s tennis teams showed that they could be major threats at the University Athletic Association (UAA) championships and the NCAA tournament, scheduled for the last few weeks of April.
A Moratorium on Make-Believe
A Moratorium on Make-Believe is a final thesis exhibition put on by six graduating MFA students at the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery.