“Speak Your Mind Dinner and Dialogue” series held a discussion last Thursday about Hosni Mubarak’s resignation and the resulting riots.
By refraining from helping fraternity recruitment, sorority women hope to distinguish themselves as strictly single-sex organizations.
There was a prolonged power outage on Tuesday at the Morewood Gardens residence hall.
Carnegie Mellon’s Office of International Education offers 43 programs in 26 countries, providing various travel options for students.
Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival’s “Faces of Migration” is coming and chemistry professor wins award.
Lectures range from visiting scholars to living legacies, as part of the Black History Month series.
There were many fire alarms this week, as well as thefts.
The Grammy Awards made a splash with music lovers and general audiences alike.