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Colors @ CMU 2-4-1k Grand Challenge seeks to promote interactions between student organizations

From Oct. 1 to Oct. 7, Colors @ CMU will be hosting its first ever 2-4-1k Grand Challenge which allows teams of student organizations to make a positive impact on the Carnegie Mellon community.

Pitt student causes disturbance on Forbes Ave.

A University of Pittsburgh student made headlines this week after attempting to jump over two rooftops in the Oakland area which resulted in him falling and becoming wedged between the two buildings.

Group X classes now free for university students

The Carnegie Mellon University Department of Athletics recently announced that as of Monday August 29, Group X classes will be made free-of-charge to all undergraduate and graduate students.

Electric Garage shuts down; e-car use minimal at CMU

In light of the Electric Garage being shut down, The Tartan seeks to understand the lack of electric car use on campus and how promoting discussions on this topic can be beneficial.

Cylab awarded $1.1 million NSF grant for Internet of Things

The National Science Foundation awarded a $1.1 million grant to CMU Professors Vyas Sekar, Yuvraj Agarwal and Srinivasan Seshan to solve the problem of security in the Internet of Things (IoT).

Campus News in Brief

On Sept. 2, the Cohon Center is offering a variety of free activities to celebrate its new expansion. Also, CMU assistant professor Jean Yang has been added to the annual "Innovators Under 35" list.

Crime and Incident

This week, multiple students were found to be intoxicated by University Police including one male who was found to be intoxicated while laying on the grass in the Greek Quad.

International News in Brief

This week, the burkini swimwear ban made headlines after being reversed by French courts. Also, 17 female workers were killed in a fire caused by a faulty lamp.

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