The latest addition to the Oakland community, the Residence has been favorably received for its “spaciousness, newness, and welcoming atmosphere.”
President Barack Obama came to Carnegie Mellon on June 2 as the most recent in a series of notable political visitors.
First-years were acclimated to the university’s environmental sustainability movement when a No Waste Dinner was held in Wiegand Gym.
A branch of the Dozen Bake Shop has opened on South Craig Street in Oakland.
The university’s leadership receives a term extension and the office of dean of Student Affairs is filled.
Computer science professor Jim Morris will speak about "Thinking Outside the Phone" this Wednesday.
This year’s first-year class, the Class of 2014+, is not only the largest class to arrive on campus, it is also one of the most unique.