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Students learn more about the world of fungi

The exhibit provides visitors with an overview of the small inconspicuous fungal organisms that can be found in abundance almost anywhere on the planet.

LaunchCMU event presents Pittsburgh startups to students

Hosted twice a year by the university’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), LaunchCMU is a presentation of technology inspired by Carnegie Mellon research

Pulitzer Prize winner Atkinson discusses war

Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Rick Atkinson spoke at Carnegie Mellon as part of the Cèilidh Weekend homecoming celebrations this Thursday

Former Senator lectures at CMU

She emphasized the participation of people, saying that politics are too dangerous to be left to politicians.

Sexual assault and relationship violence survey sheds light on issue

According to the study, 26 percent of undergraduate women at Carnegie Mellon have experienced sexual assault since they enrolled at the university, which is on par with the nationwide reports.

CMU alumnus develops app to track cyberbullying, sexting

Recently PocketGuardian, an app to alert parents when cyberbullying or sexting has occurred on their child’s phone, launched for iOS and Android devices.

Campus Crime & Incident Reports

This week University Police responded to vandalism, theft, and defiant trespass.

Campus news in brief

This week a CMU professor presented work at ISDA conference, and families on campus celebrated Cèilidh weekend.

International news in brief

This week in world news, German citizens protested the new U.S. trade agreement, and the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet won the Nobel Peace Prize.

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