Jaisen Bell Staffwriter
Gospel of Judas shows betrayer in new light
“Can you discover the depths of God? Can you discover the limits of the Almighty?” (Job 11:7)
No, you cannot.
The recent publishing of the Gospel of Judas is a perfect example of exactly why.Forum | May 1, 2006
University meets new level of clean; janitor pride doesn’t reflect
Carnegie Mellon University facilities have reached a new standard of cleanliness, while janitorial workers find working conditions anything but spotless.
Last month, for the first time in school history, every academic and administrative campus building Carnegie Mellon operates reached or exceeded the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers’ (APPA) standards for cleanliness.News | April 10, 2006
Shabbat 1000 unites Jews and non-Jews at traditional dinner
On Friday, Soldiers & Sailors Memorial ballroom was adorned with blue and white balloons and lined with tables filled to capacity as Jews and non-Jews alike gathered to celebrate Pittsburgh’s first Shabbat 1000.News | March 27, 2006
Quad to see a double comeback
Despite getting kicked off campus over the past two years, Kappa Sigma and Delta Upsilon (DU) fraternities are returning to the quad next year with a pleasant surprise: millions of dollars of renovations to their houses.News | February 27, 2006
Fiber optics celebrates 40th anniversary with new innovations
Happy 40th! That’s right, fiber optics technology is over the hill. Not retiring or fizzling out, this technology continues to improve with age and is still a driving force in the ways in which we make telephone calls, watch cable TV, and use the Internet.SciTech | February 20, 2006