Leaders of the world’s most prominent industrialized nations gathered in Pittsburgh last week to make economic decisions that will impact the economy.
The Fence at Carnegie Mellon has traditionally been the meeting spot on campus where students’ voices resonate the loudest.
Kevin Rudd, prime minister of the Commonwealth of Australia, delivered a keynote address to the campus community last Thursday.
“It is an honor and privilege to be involved with Carnegie Mellon,” said Gates in a keynote address to students and faculty.
Performance as a part of protest, a means of communication, and a form of collective democracy were the focus of a panel discussion last Wednesday.
Carnegie Mellon student Elaine Lee has been awarded the Vanguard Women in Information Technology Scholarship for her work in math and computer science.
The University Police did not submit a crime report this week due to the G20.
Alexander Lennon, editor-in-chief of the Washington Quarterly, will focus on global strategic trends and their public policy implications.
Here are some statistics reflecting what people thought of the weekend.
The infamous Walking to the Sky sculpture will see some construction this week, beginning today.