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SCS dean explains acceptance mishap

This week, Dean of SCS Andrew Moore spoke with The Tartan about what exactly happened when 800 acceptances were sent for the master's of science in computer science program.

New Chipotle now set to open in Sept.

Students said goodbye to the Panther Hollow Inn and will soon say hello to a new Chipotle Mexican Grill at 4611 Forbes Avenue in Oakland.

Peduto visits campus, talks about the future of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto planned to visit campus twice last week, but only made it once.

Swimming pool closing as CUC construction ramps up

Later this month, Carnegie Mellon community members will start to feel the impact of work on the CUC addition beyond the sights and sounds of construction on Forbes Avenue.

Campus news in brief

Carnegie Mellon recently received three gifts totaling $17 million, and was recognized by the American Statistical Association for its rapidly growing undergraduate statistics department.

National news in brief

This week President Obama vetoed Keystone XL, the FCC voted for net neutrality, Israel's prime minister made plans to visit Congress, and Congress funded the Department of Homeland Security.

Campus crime and incident reports

University Police is investigating a scam artist who spins stories to get money from students in Oakland.

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