CUC expansion officially breaks ground
On Thursday, a modest ceremony marked a big occasion for the university: the official groundbreaking celebration of the Jared L. Cohon University Center expansion.
SCS celebrates 25th anniversary
In this age of Big Data, digital technologies, and social networking sites, companies are grappling with consumer privacy. According to Carnegie Mellon...
Acrobatiq a finalist for $20 million prize
Acrobatiq, a Carnegie Mellon-affiliated online courseware company, has recently been named a finalist in the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Next Generation Courseware Challenge.
Souter stresses humanities in U.S.
Former Supreme Court Justice David Souter spoke at Carnegie Mellon on Friday as part of the Cèilidh Weekend celebrations about the future of the humanities and liberal arts education in America.
Yinzercation hosts The New York Times’ Bob Herbert
The national launch of The New York Times' columnist Bob Herbert’s new book, Losing Our Way: An Intimate Portrait of a Troubled America, was held last Thursday in McConomy Auditorium.
The Last Witch Hunter films in Pittsburgh locations
The Last Witch Hunter, a Lionsgate Studios film starring and produced by Vin Diesel, is being filmed in locations around Pittsburgh.
Campus news in brief
The Carnegie Mellon Philosophy Department will partner with the University of Pittsburgh, and next weekend the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition will celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Campus crime & incident reports
This week, a student was caught under the influence of LSD and a student was given medical treatment in an incident covered by alcohol amnesty.
Student Senate meeting minutes
Jess Klein, coordinator of gender studies and sexual violence prevention, gave an ex officio report at Thursday's Senate meeting, and the Finance Committee presented upcoming policy changes.