Thousands of Pittsburghers weathered temperatures in the mid-90s Friday to see President Barack Obama speak on the College of Fine Arts lawn.
Campus Design and Facilities Development staff hosted town hall meetings to gather feedback from faculty, staff, and students about Carnegie Mellon's remodeling plan.
Campus Design and Facilities Development staff hosted a town hall on Tuesday to gather feedback on campus buildings and spaces from faculty, staff, and students.
At approximately 7 p.m. on Friday, Environmental Health & Safety sent out an alert saying that the University Center (UC) received a bomb threat.
Students, faculty members, and administration staff react to Tuesday morning's bomb threats to the campus' libraries.
Hunt Library, the Mellon Institute Library, and the Sorrells Engineering & Science Library in Wean Hall were the target of bomb threats Tuesday morning.
Student Information Online suffered technical difficulties this week that delayed registration by 24 hours for most of the student body.
With the ongoing bomb threats at Pitt, safety has become a top priority for many members of the Carnegie Mellon community.
The finalized Joint Funding Committee (JFC) student organization budget allocations were not released on Thursday as expected.
The speakers for the 2012 commencement were officially announced on Friday. The 2012 keynote speaker is Patrick Wilson.
The Port Authority approved the elimination of nearly half of Pittsburgh’s bus routes on Friday.
For three months, Pittsburgh has made headlines for the continuous bomb threats targeting Pitt, but the threats have finally stopped.
CMU Dean of University Libraries Gloriana St. Clair, who has dedicated her career to digitizing books, will retire from CMU next year.
This week's lecturers include environmental historian John R. McNeill and author K.C. Constantine.
Incidents this week include underage drinking, public intoxication, alcohol amnesty, and a professor harassed by a Californian convict.
The university announced last Friday that actor and alumnus Patrick Wilson will be the keynote speaker for commencement this year.
This week, CMU joins a New York City tech consortium, and a study finds that tactile feedback helps young people drive better.