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NSF director Subra Suresh named next CMU president

Carnegie Mellon University announced its selection of Subra Suresh as the university’s ninth president last Tuesday

Sexual assault at universities

The Department of Justice estimates that fewer than 5 percent of college women who are victims of rape or attempted rape report it the police.

Senate discusses spring trip funding

This spring break, a number of Carnegie Mellon student organizations will still go on both domestic and international trips, despite last year’s funding cuts by the Joint Funding Committee (JFC).

University sells bonds to fund Scott Hall construction

The university will be issuing tax-exempt bonds to finance the construction of the Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall, Carnegie Mellon Treasurer Jay Calhoun recently announced.

Campus News in Brief

This week, two Carnegie Mellon students were given Microsoft fellowships and researchers developed digital mapping of poisonous plants.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

This week, Student Senate discussed the delay in the new bike racks delivery to the UC as well as the campus poster policy.

Crime & Incident

This week, there were several cases of theft and a medical emergency.


The article "Reports reveal allocation of university spending" (News, Feb. 4) misstated that the number of Carnegie Mellon employees is 12,539....

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