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Student government elections run flawlessly

Carnegie Mellon students successfully elected their new Student Government Tuesday. After the elections debacle of last year, this year’s election went off without a hitch.

University tuition reflects low endowment

For one year of a Carnegie Mellon education, entering first-years will pay approximately $50,000, which is the cost of a fully-equipped BMW convertible.

New major in global politics will explore analytical social science base

Carnegie Mellon’s department of social and decision sciences (SDS) and the International Relations (IR) Program have joined efforts to introduce a new major and minor in global politics.

Students kick it up in the ’Burgh

Aside from science and the humanities, some Carnegie Mellon students are studying sneakers this semester.

College majors get greener

Environmentalism on college campuses across the nation may now be spreading from student groups to primary majors and minors.

Campus News in Brief

Students and faculty garner local and national recognition

Lecture Preview

John McCain speaks in Wiegand Gym, Chelsea Clinton talks on Midway, Co-author of Randy Pausch's book comes to campus, and other lectures this week

Statistically Speaking

In three days, Spring Carnival 2008 takes the stage. Here is a look at the history of Carnival.

Crime and Incident

Take a look at the crime report from this past week.

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