Crepes Parisiennes applies for liquor license
Crepes Parisiennes is looking to provide customers with more than its already-wide range of crepes, waffles, and pastries — it is now applying for a liquor license.
Clyde House opens to promote global living, learning
Clyde House has officially opened this fall to house students with an interest in the global community.
CMU receives $5.6 million NSF grant
The NSF awarded Carnegie Mellon $5.6 million for cybersecurity education through the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service.
Campus news in brief
The World Economic Forum's Summer Davos forum will feature four Carnegie Mellon faculty members, and a Carnegie Mellon student was crowded Miss Pennsylvania 2014.
Campus crime and incident
This week, university police investigated multiple bicycle thefts and dealt with an instance of alcohol amnesty.
Student Senate meeting minutes
Senate allocated almost $2,000 to the Aerial Arts Club on Thursday and elected a new Sergeant at Arms.