Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will visit Carnegie Mellon for the first time this Tuesday.
As energy demands rise with the ever-increasing world population, Carnegie Mellon researchers have conceptualized an efficient system that converts switchgrass into an energy-rich biofuel.
The district has no choice: It must cripple its so-called "extracurriculars" in order to help reduce its $38.2 million deficit projected for 2012.
It took for the NBA lockout 130 days to reach this point. Even with reports of internal party disputes and NBPA decertification, the two sides are too stubborn to agree upon 2.5% of BRI.
Through the bizarre and the eccentric, this class of 12 diverse students create short solo and group performances that draw from an assortment of cultural issues.
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