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Pizza + Politics event sparks debate

On a campus considered to be apolitical, a Student Senate initiative sought to start politically charged conversation and disagreement with the first iteration of Pizza and Politics on Wednesday.

Moushey announces vision to right wrongful convictions at CMU

Bill Moushey aims to bring Point Park University's Innocence Institute, which he founded in 2001 to help those wrongfully convicted in western Pittsburgh, to Carnegie Mellon.

Morewood live-in mentor arrested for invasion of privacy

On Thursday morning, Daniel Jorge, ex-Carnegie Mellon student, was arrested on charges of invasion of privacy.

SCS: You’re in...or not.

Carnegie Mellon accidentally sent about 800 acceptances to students that had applied to the university's graduate computer science program. Those students were, in actuality, rejected.

Suresh fills open positions

The university recently announced two new faculty appointments: Farnam Jahanian will be the university provost and Steve Kloehn will be the vice president for marketing and communications.

News in Brief

The American Heart Association awarded a grant to the department of biomedical engineering, and a game developed in the ETC received an honorable mention from the United Nations.

Statistically speaking

What do students graduating with a master of science in computer science earn?

Senate minutes

Senate allocated funds for The Frame gallery, and Dean of Student Affairs Gina Casalegno presented to the assembly.

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