Moushey announces vision to right wrongful convictions at CMU
Bill Moushey was once a reporter who just covered bad guys.
“For the first 20 years of my career, I basically put people in jail,” he said.News | February 23, 2015
Alumna urges students to slow down
The biggest challenge students at Carnegie Mellon face can be summed up in one sentence: There are a million things to do, but never enough time to do them all. Most students do not even realize just how busy they are. Brittany McCandless (DC ‘08) was one of these students who was too busy to notice that she was too busy.News | February 16, 2015
Vice provost eyes CMU’s global impact
What will Carnegie Mellon be like 20 or 30 years from now? A matter of increasing interest and significance in light of today’s rapidly evolving world, this question was raised by one of the university community’s newest members as food for thought during a recent strategic planning town hall meeting.News | February 9, 2015