Heinz dean resigns amid diploma debacle
The dean of the Heinz School resigned Friday after a faculty member discovered a questionable master’s degree was awarded during his tenure.
First-years break the mold at Orientation Week 2008
While Orientation 2008 may be over, shouts of “I want a standing ovation!” will linger throughout the first week of classes.
Jeffrey Zaslow speaks on Pausch at Convocation
During Thursday’s Convocation, Jeffrey Zaslow lamented on the July 25 death of his friend Randy Pausch.
College presidents encourage lower drinking age
According to about 100 college presidents, allowing 18-year-old students to drink alcohol could reduce the amount of binge drinking on college campuses.
N.C. community colleges ban illegal immigrants
Community colleges in North Carolina are reconsidering whether to allow illegal immigrants to attend.
Campus News in Brief
Environmental efforts recognized and Alum named top innovator
Take a look at the lectures happening in the coming weeks.
Here is a look at the Carnegie Mellon world at the end of last year.
Crime and Incident
Take a look at the crime report from this past week.