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Students successfully lead initiative to increase the student minimum wage to $7.75 per hour

Recently, Provost Farnam Jahanian sent an email to the Carnegie Mellon Community to announce the newly implemented increase to the student minimum wage....

President Barack Obama headlines Frontiers Conferece at Carnegie Mellon

President Barack Obama spoke and participated in a panel discussion in Carnegie Mellon University's Wiegand Gymnasium for the National Frontiers Conference.

National Frontiers panelists discuss how artificial intelligence can affect policy

Tracks at the Frontiers Conference included panelists that presented noted officials in the field of artificial intelligence.

Special to The Tartan: Truman Kohman Observatory Turns Thirty

Tucked away on the roof of Scaife Hall is the home of Astronomy Club’s largest telescope as part of the observatory named in honor of Professor Truman...

Dining Services expands dining options with new restaurants

A look at recent initiatives by Dining Services, such as the opening of Au Bon Pain and focusing more on dietary restrictions.

Artificial intelligence machine out-plays gamers in video game

Carnegie Mellon computer science students, Devendra Chaplot and Guillaume Lample, recently made an artificial intelligence agent in the video game Doom that outplays human gamers.

Professors discuss the impact of the PSO strike on the university

The Tartan spoke with members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra who are also faculty of Carnegie Mellon to get their perspective on the effects the strike might have on the University.

Campus news in brief

This week, a ceremony was held to install Rebecca Doerge as the new dean of the Mellon College of Science. Also, a professor conducted a study to uncover Hillary Clinton's perception problems.

Student Government column

This week's student government column.

Crime and Incident

This week's crime and incident reports.

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