New direction for Miller Gallery after curator Suparak dismissed
Recently, Carnegie Mellon announced a series of impending changes for the on-campus Miller Gallery.
Mindfulness Room opens in West Wing
Students carrying various green, leafy plants were seen crossing campus following the grand opening of the Mindfulness Room in West Wing last Thursday.
Shapiro lectures on counterterrorism
Princeton University assistant professor Jacob Shapiro explored the way in which studying subnational variance in conflict provides insight in his lecture this Thursday.
Johnstone releases book on history of “Pittsburghese”
Pittsburghese has been immortalized in the book Speaking Pittsburghese, recently published by Carnegie Mellon professor of English and linguistics Barbara Johnstone.
Henry Ford Institute partners with CMU
Carnegie Mellon’s Quality of Life Technology Center (QoLT Center) has now entered into a partnership with the Henry Ford Innovation Institute to improve health care technologies.
Campus News in Brief
This week, Maria Schneider won three Grammy awards for her album based on a book released by Carnegie Mellon University Press, and Dan Nagin won an award from the AAPSS.
Campus Crime and Incident
This week, University Police responded to several instances of underage drinking and a noise complaint.
Student Senate Meeting Minutes
This week, Senate discussed relocating Spring Carnival and the Anything but Coke campaign.