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Advocates push for better biking on campus

As bicycling becomes more popular around the country and in Pittsburgh specifically, both the local government and the university have taken steps to change how bikers make their way around the city.

CMU Center for Human Rights Science receives $1 million

YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter let the world watch the daily progress of massive social movements like the Arab Spring and the Black Lives Matter movement....

CMU’s ‘Giving Tuesday’ sets records for online donations

Carnegie Mellon broke previous fundraising records this year during its second significant effort to fundraise for campus groups during a larger national day of giving.

Pittsburgh Health Association holds free STI testing at CMU

Last Friday, free sexually transmitted infection (STI) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing was held in Rangos Ballroom for Carnegie Mellon University students.

Campus Crime & Incident Reports

This week a basketball went missing, and there was a minor collision in the East Campus Garage.

Campus News in Brief

Carnegie Mellon graduate students learned more about cosmic radio waves, and researchers worked on a new digital personal assistant named Gabriel.

Letter from the Student Body President

The Student Body President reaches out to his constituent as the semester comes to a close.

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher: New Letter to the Editor Policy

The Tartan apologizes for violating the trust of our readers.

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