Facebook has landed a new mapping platform, thanks in part to a Carnegie Mellon alumnus.
After months of debate and anticipation, the election that has college students all over the nation ranting and rallying is just one day away.
Carnegie Mellon Greek life is regaining an old neighbor. After a four-year dormant period, the Delta Tau Delta fraternity is returning to campus.
This spring break, students can engage in service projects, interact with new people, explore a new place, and have an overall fun time, all in one experience.
Present financial conditions may soon affect the future of student loans.
Students host Bhangra contest, Tepper honors two professors, and other campus news this week
Professor speaks on health care and other lectures on campus this week
Here are some statistics from the 2004 election to consider when deciding to vote tomorrow.
Take a look at the crime report from this past week.