The Undergraduate Student Senate unanimously voted to hold impeachment proceedings against Student Body President Jake Flittner at its meeting Thursday night.
Three Carnegie Mellon professors met in Rangos Hall on Saturday night to discuss “work, the universe, and everything.”
Carnegie Mellon architects are designing a virtual viewing area atop the U.S. Steel Tower, downtown's tallest skyscraper.
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) spoke to students on campus this week, talking about the process of resettling refugees.
Carnegie Mellon’s Qatar campus created an outreach program, called CS4Qatar for Women, to bring women into the field of computer science.
This week's news includes a speech by astronaut Cady Coleman and a new study that reveals the social lives of prehistoric elephants.
This week's lectures include Masahiro Fujita on tsunami simulations and a seminar by Michael Kearns on algorithmic economics.
This week's incidents include a traffic stop, two reports of the odor of marijuana, and harassment.
Leap years come along nearly every four years, due to the fact that there are 365.25 days in a year.