Carnegie Mellon released its annual Security and Fire Safety Report last Tuesday. The document describes the current safety and fire policies and provides emergency resources for students.
Carnegie Mellon students gathered on the Cut Friday night to participate in Carnegie Mellon’s Relay For Life, organized by the Carnegie Mellon chapter of Colleges Against Cancer.
Carnegie Mellon community members gathered in Rangos Hall last Monday to voice cycling issues and concerns to Lou Fineberg, program director of Bike Pittsburgh.
Students and faculty gathered in Rangos Hall to learn how to make their mobile devices more secure and learn about mobile device security from several different cell phone vendors last Wednesday.
This week, a Carnegie Mellon materials science and engineering professor won a prestigious award, and a visiting scholar lectured on gay culture.
A saxophone was stolen this week, and a man not affiliated with Carnegie Mellon was found lying naked and inebriated in the intersection Forbes Avenue and Devon Road.
Senate received ex officio reports from Amy Burkert, vice provost of education, and Janel Sutkus, director of institutional research and analysis, as well as funding several special allocations.