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For CMU alum, life after severing own arm remains challenging

Pinned between a rock and a hard place for six days, Carnegie Mellon grad Aron Ralston (EE '97) did the unimaginable: severed his own arm to save himself....

Benefits of online courses outweighs use of books

OLI currently offers a slew of free public online courses, from Modern Biology to Logic & Proofs

New poetry dialogue club packs a punch

Student organization that centers itself around a message of love, tolerance, and respect for life

Carnegie Mellon celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

There is a range of events in observance of the holiday and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Qatar on Campus: Resnik's New Room

The room will offer glimpses of student life in Doha, Qatar with programs and activities

Campus News in Brief

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) awarded 2010 fellowships

Lecture Previews

Keynote address given by Julianne Malveaux, president of Bennett College for Women

Crime and Incident

Carnegie Mellon police responded to the Quiznos

Statistically Speaking

Pittsburgh’s weather forecasts can be notoriously bleak


An article incorrectly stated that the library lighting was a gift from Bill Hunt

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