Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain laid out his views at Carnegie Mellon last Tuesday morning.
Just over 70 percent of Carnegie Mellon students plan to vote for candidate Senator Barack Obama (D–Ill.) as opposed to Senator Hillary Clinton (D–N.Y.).
Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination took center stage as her daughter Chelsea appeared on Midway this past Monday.
U.S. News & World Report is considering some changes in its methodology and criteria for scoring schools throughout the nation.
On April 7, a high school student filed a federal claim against the University of Texas–Austin that will bring the affirmative action debate back to the Supreme Court.
Six Carnegie Mellon professors sat down last Monday and discussed with students why they were supporting Barack Obama in the upcoming election.
Students display technology, Gore gives keynote speech
Obama to hold rally at Pitt and other lectures to be held this week
Here is a look at the history of some Carnegie Mellon traditions.
Take a look at the crime report from this past week.