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Campus mourns death of biology professor William Brown

William Brown, a member of Carnegie Mellon’s department of biological sciences for 34 years and an innovator who was involved with some of the university’s...

Elections Update: Elections rescheduled for September

After the results of student government’s April 24 election were tampered with and ultimately invalidated, the prospective candidates for Student Body...

Election results inaccessible due to tampering

The results of this week’s student government elections were deemed inaccessible Wednesday evening, possibly due to malicious tampering with the electronic...

Technical difficulties: Elections freeze up on students

Due to technical difficulties, student government elections have been postponed to today, April 30, through Wednesday, May 2. The postponement, the second...

Students call for action in Darfur

Last Saturday, more than 200 people met at Freedom Corner in downtown Pittsburgh to take to the streets in a march to show their awareness and support...

Call to defend Australia

Carnegie Mellon is currently engaged in negotiations with the Australian federal government to establish research facilities geared toward the development...

Symposium celebrates undergraduate research

Carnegie Mellon will be holding its annual Meeting of the Minds, a campus-wide undergraduate research symposium, on Wednesday, May 9. The event will take...

Pittsburgh ranked 10th cleanest city

Pittsburgh’s come a long way from its steel factory days. The city was voted the 10th cleanest city in the world by Forbes magazine on April 16, ranking...

Campus to undergo construction this summer

As students prepare to leave for the summer, Campus Design and Facility Development (CDFD) gets geared up for its busiest season. Once the campus becomes...

Bill proposes to pay execs

Amidst election difficulties and the nearing of a new Senate, the current Student Senate continues to conduct business as usual. At last Thursday’s meeting,...

Campus News in Brief

Student health update Women between the ages of nine and 26 who are covered by Highmark student health insurance may now receive the vaccine Gardasil...

Lecture Preview

This week, Carnegie Mellon will wrap up the end of the school year with a diverse selection of guest speakers. Today, Holocaust survivor and Pittsburgh...

Statistically Speaking

Last week, Forbes magazine voted Pittsburgh the 10th cleanest city in the world. This week’s statistics shed light on the environmental state of the rest...

Crime and Incident

Vandalism April 21, 2007 at 12:26 a.m. A male alum of Sigma Nu was reported to have broken a window in the Sigma Phi Epsilon (Sig Ep) chapter house....

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