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Governor Rendell goes green

Only hours after signing a repeal of a controversial congressional pay raise, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell visited Carnegie Mellon last Wednesday...

SENATORS SQUARE OFF

?Do they even do anything?? A recent lack of Senate visibility has led some students such as first-year economics major Dan Aduna to wonder what Student...

Waterfront shooting raises concerns

The Waterfront Loews Cineplex, a popular place for CMU students to catch movies and popcorn on the weekend, was the scene of a fatal shooting last Wednesday...

SPIRIT organizes week of cultural activities

Three years ago, Cortney Ricketts and Darren Canady, then Black Awareness Committee Chairs of SPIRIT, jump-started a week-long celebration of black culture....

CIT hosts a successful first annual Clippership cruise event

Breakdancing first-years, deans ?getting down,? and a free iPod were all on the menu for the first-ever CIT Freshman Cruise, held November 11. The night...

Enrollment officials hold dinner to discuss rising tuition costs

Last Wednesday, faculty, staff, students, and parents spoke together about the many tuition bills that will flood mailboxes next fall. Other than an intermission...

Forum discusses students

Weeks after the drafting of a proposed amendment to the Students' Rights Policy, debate over the amendment still lingers. Last Friday, the Academic Affairs...

Fourth installment of campus-wide nuclear awareness survey

Soon after the development of nuclear weapons, the international community realized that if it did not obstruct the development of these weapons, they...

Answers to last week

Carnegie Mellon students seem to be familiar with U.S. history. Over half of the students responding to last week?s poll recalled correctly that the United...

Statistically Speaking

Last week, the federal government announced a reduction in death sentences and executions in 2004, continuing a four-year trend. Pennsylvania, however,...

Crime and Incident

Public Drunkenness 13 November 2005 at 01:11 A student was observed stumbling down the walkway near Donner House. Police stopped the student, who admitted...

Executive Privilege

I received an e-mail on October 17 that asked, "What will the Carnegie Mellon tuition be for 2006-2007?" The e-mail was an invitation to the 2006-2007...

Growing computing power and Ellis Island queer theory

Patrick P. Gelsinger will discuss new developments in silicon processing technologies and computer architecture designs when he appears on campus next...

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