the minnesota review may leave Carnegie Mellon due to lack of funding
A tiny room in the English department, 245N Baker Hall, is the home of the minnesota review, one of the most well-regarded journals in the field of literary and cultural studies.
Presidential candidates reveal vice presidents and educational plans
After months of hype, both Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D–Ill.) and Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain (R–Az.) have finally announced their running mates.
Olympic gold medalist inspired by Pausch
Heather O’Reilly, Olympic soccer gold medalist, best explained her victory by drawing on the lessons of Randy Pausch.
Scotty brings out spirit around campus
School spirit may be in for a transformation, all at the hands of one small Scottie dog.
Security steps up
After nearly a yearlong vacancy for the position, Tom Ogden reported for his first day of duty as director of campus security and chief of University Police last Monday.
Campus News in Brief
Stever House given distinction, Undergrads to play in quartet, and other campus news this week.
The Landmark Forum answers nontraditional life questions and other lecture this week.
On Thursday, the United States observed the seventh anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. Here are some statistics relating to Sept. 11.
Crime and Incident
Take a look at the crime report from this past week.