Advertised around campus as “(Chi)politics,” last Wednesday’s town hall meeting set the tone for what Student Body President Will Weiner and Vice President Meela Dudley hope to accomplish in office.
Max Blumenthal, Jewish-American journalist and bestselling author, presented tackled the topic of Israeli-Palestinian justice to an audience of University of Pittsburgh students and faculty.
On Thursday, after 22 years of service, Rick McCullough left his position as Carnegie Mellon’s vice president of research to become Harvard University’s vice provost of research, starting Oct. 15.
Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter and Square, spoke to Carnegie Mellon students on Wednesday about entrepreneurship and his vision when founding Square.
Former Pennsylvanian Republican Governor Tom Ridge spoke in Carnegie Mellon’s Kresge Theatre on Thursday about the issues in this year’s presidential campaign.
Students from several local universities congregated in Wiegand Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon to participate in Carnegie Mellon’s Program for Deliberative Democracy’s (PDD) campus conversation.
Carnegie Mellon welcomed economist Andrew Lo for a series of talks on his adaptive markets hypothesis as well as on ways to tackle problems with financial engineering.
This week's news includes a data-sharing initiative to aid in autism research and a grant to a Carnegie Mellon researcher to create robotic pills.
This week's lectures include talks by architect Ray Gindroz and former commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan General Stanley McChrystal.
This week's incidents include a possible theft in progress at Entropy+ and a suspicious person in Posner Hall.
The Emmys, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ annual awards for the best television programs broadcast in America, were held last week.