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Where does your student activities fee go?

When one considers that the activities fee this year collected over $2.4 million, it raises the question: Where does all that money go?

Electoral College explained

The candidates for the presidency are making their last speeches in the 11 battleground states that will decide which candidate gains the 270 votes necessary to win the election

Campus prepares as Sandy trickles through Pittsburgh

After days of emergency preparation, media coverage, and nervous anticipation, Hurricane Sandy’s impact on Pittsburgh turned out to be limited.

Students seek voter pledges

Due to interest in student rights and advocacy on campus, Carnegie Mellon will found the first chapter of the Student Public Interest Research Groups...

Campus News in Brief

This week, a Carnegie Mellon alumnus will star in a reality show, and two professors initiate digital entertainment research

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include vice president of design for WGBH, Chris Pullman and photographer Moyra Davey.

Crime and Incident

This week, there was a CulinArt conspiracy, an attempted burglary, and several thefts.

Statistically Speaking

After weathering Hurricane Sandy, those on the East Coast are assessing the damages and carrying out disaster relief programs.

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