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Court rules rights for public college faculty are uncertain

The recent court ruling raises the question of First Amendment protection for faculty on Carnegie Mellon’s own campus.

Local mentorship program holds event on campus

Strong Women Strong Girls conducted one of its semi-annual field trips to Carnegie Mellon’s campus this past Saturday.

Deeplocal shares successes with students as a part of the ‘Amazing Alums’ panel event

Deeplocal Inc. is a Pittsburgh-based company comprised of artists, designers, and engineers.

Hunt Library interior lighting to be addressed following exterior redesign

On Saturday, Hunt Library celebrated its 50th anniversary with a light show.

Campus News in Brief

Jóvenes Sin Nombres, Youths Without Names, presented a mural on the walls of the Latino Family Center in Squirrel Hill.

Lecture Previews

Nancy Foner will present a lecture on the unique quality of New York as a city receptive of immigrants

Crime and Incident

A wallet was reported stolen at the University Center

Statistically Speaking

People have been entranced by the page-to-picture world of Harry Potter.

Correction

The Gertrude Stein Memorial Bookshop and Saint Elmo’s Outwords on East Carson Street in the South Side have closed

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