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The color of commencement

Recent efforts by Carnegie Mellon to boost black graduation rates went unnoticed this year. A national journal ranked the University as having the lowest...

Church named Dean of Student Affairs

Web Update Interim dean of Student Affairs Jennifer Church has been officially named dean of Student Affairs, vice president of Enrollment William Elliott...

Facebook filled with interest and ignorance

“But how will I know if I have friends?” said first-year Sara-Anne Lee half-jokingly when she discovered that facebook.com was down for a day last week. Lee...

Students vote in mock Israeli elections

In the wake of recent political reshuffling, polls opened to millions of Israeli voters last Tuesday. Halfway around the globe, Tartans for Israel ended...

Poll to deliberate student bill of rights

Is a student’s right to be graded fairly important enough to warrant an amendment to Carnegie Mellon’s Student Bill of Rights? It’s important enough,...

Tepper Venture Challenge

Many students would love to drop out of school and start their own business. Yesterday, one group of undergraduates proved that they could do just that. The...

Lecture preview

Two lectures and a newly appointed dean of Student Affairs will usher in the first week of April on the Carnegie Mellon campus. The new appointment of...

Executive privilege

Today, The Tartan returns to publishing its annual April Fool’s issue. The 2004 joke issue, called The Natrat (“Tartan” spelled backwards), hinged on...

Crime and Incident

Theft 24 March 2006 at 12:56 A complainant told Campus Police that an unknown individual had removed unspecified items out of Room 171 at police headquarters,...

Statistically speaking

In response to the fine weather and Daylight Savings Time, this week's statistics have spring fever. So go enjoy the sunlight and spend some quality time...

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