William S. Dietrich II announced last Wednesday his intention to gift a $265 million fund to Carnegie Mellon.
Dietrich's large donation had been in the works for quite some time, beginning some eight months ago.
Dietrich provided not only the largest donation in the university's history, but also one of the largest donations to higher education.
A special panel event was held on Friday titled âMedia Memories: 9/11 Scribes" to discuss journalism and the attacks.
Members of the Carnegie Mellon community came together Sunday afternoon to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Two CMU students are part of a four-member team called ELumanate that is currently working on refurbishing a hydropower plant.
Two professors are awarded to the AI Hall of Fame and an English professor releases his new book.
This week's lectures range from celebrating Biomaterials Day to talks on statistical network data.
Over the long weekend, many students used the university's alcohol amnesty policy.
Sept. 11, 2001 had an impact on nearly 20 percent of all Americans.