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Helicopter parents are hovering beyond college

It’s a bird, it’s a plane — no, it’s a middle-aged woman. “Helicopter parents,” those who “hover” over their children’s lives, take parental guidance...

International enrollment up at Carnegie Mellon

International and non-resident alien students compose 28 percent of Carnegie Mellon’s student body, according to university enrollment data. Foreign student enrollment has increased 5.5 percent since 2005.

Record numbers choosing to go abroad, survey says

The results are in: More college students are using their passports and foreign tongues than ever before. The number of students at U.S. colleges and...

Michael leaves campus

One ordinary mid-October day, Assistant Vice President of Campus Services Tim Michael came to work — but it would be his last day at Carnegie Mellon after...

Spatt predicts future of the U.S. economy

Chester Spatt, a Tepper School of Business professor and, incidentally, one of the few people to have paid David Tepper $5 an hour (when Tepper was his...

Campus News in Brief

Students to explore spirituality November is Spiritual Development Month at Carnegie Mellon, part of the university’s Spiritual and Meaning Program,...

Lecture Preview

Title: Drue Heinz Lecture Series — Nathaniel Philbrick The Basics: Author Nathaniel Philbrick will discuss his work. Philbrick has dedicated his writing...

Statistically speaking

November is Spiritual Development Month at Carnegie Mellon. This celebration focuses on the importance and significance of engaging in knowing oneself....

Crime & Incident

Vandalism Nov. 9, 2007 at 6:37 p.m. A Ph.D. student reported a broken window in his office in Hamburg Hall. He did not notice anything missing or out...

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