Nathaniel Richmond News Editor
COVID-19 Update: 97 percent of students vaccinated
After another week, Carnegie Mellon’s positive cases among students, staff, and faculty decreased again. The week, starting Sept. 28 and ending Oct. 4, saw two cases among students living on-campus, three among students living off-campus, three among faculty and staff on-campus, and four among faculty and staff off-camp...News | October 11, 2021
As vaccinations continue, fall 2021 begins to take shape
With the spring semester almost over, much of the Carnegie Mellon community's attention turns towards the upcoming fall semester. So far, Carnegie Mellon administrators have indicated that the fall semester will feature the return of mostly in-person instruction, and the university [announced](https://www.cmu.edu/coronavirus/news-and-communications/communications-archive/2021/may/vaccine-requireme...News | May 12, 2021
COVID-19 vaccine followup
The U.S. has now administered well over 200 million COVID-19 vaccination shots, and all adults are now eligible for the vaccine in all 50 states and Washington D.C.
Pennsylvania expanded its vaccine rollout [to all people](https://www.insurance.pa.gov/coronavirus/Pages/...News | April 26, 2021
Like many Carnegie Mellon traditions, Buggy is slowly rolling towards a return after Spring Carnival.
Buggy, a Carnegie Mellon tradition since 1920 of racing small, motorless, cart-like vehicles designed, pushed, and driven by students, was scrapped last year when the university [canceled Spring Carnival](https://www.cmu.edu/coronavirus/news-and-communications/communications-archive/2020/march...News | April 19, 2021
COVID-19 vaccination update
Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Gina Casalegno announced last Thursday that Carnegie Mellon University has partnered with the Allegheny Health Network (AHN) to provide vaccine appointments to the Carnegie Mellon community.News | April 12, 2021