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Ian Glasner steps into role as SBVP

Spurred by a desire to make Carnegie Mellon life more enjoyable, junior electrical and computer engineering major Ian Glasner has filled the role of student body vice president.

Suresh praises power of interdisciplinary collaboration

Newly instated Carnegie Mellon President Subra Suresh gave his inaugural lecture last Thursday.

Nagin wins Stockholm criminology prize

Daniel Nagin, the Teresa and H. John Heinz III university professor of public policy and statistics, described the research that won him the 2014 Stockholm Prize for Criminology.

Campus News in Brief

This week, a Carnegie Mellon student won a scholarship from the (ISC)² Foundation, and Carnegie Mellon researchers developed a new system for password security.

Campus Crime and Incident Reports

This week, a laptop was stolen, and University Police issued a citation for defiant trespass.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

This week, Student Senate discussed and upcoming gallery crawl, planned by the Campus Life Committee, and heard an ex officio report from University Police's Lieutenant Jospeh Meyers.

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