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Hunt Library extends hours, offers new services

Hunt Library has extended its hours to 24 hours a day, seven days a week amid several other changes to the university libraries.

ACLU claims dismissive behavior by Carnegie Mellon in Title IX complaint

The ACLU filed a Title IX complaint against Carnegie Mellon University on Thursday on behalf of a student identified by the pseudonym Gabrielle.

David Tepper donates $67 million

David A. Tepper’s charitable foundation recently gave Carnegie Mellon $67 million, the university’s largest-ever donation from a Carnegie Mellon graduate and the largest gift for a building project.

Prescott kicks off Tepper lecture series

Nobel-prize-winning economist and Carnegie Mellon alumnus Edward C. Prescott gave the inaugural Tepper Lecture this past Friday.

CMU campus coming to Brooklyn

Carnegie Mellon is going to the Big Apple. By August 2015, the university will not only have campuses in Pittsburgh, Silicon Valley, and Qatar, but also in New York.

Simon Initiative targets research

Carnegie Mellon University recently announced the inception of the Simon Initiative, a campus-wide push for interdisciplinary research collaboration and technology-aided learning initiatives.

CMU alumni create EnFind to help online consumers

Several Language Technology Institute alumni have recently implemented natural language processing and machine learning applications that benefit both online content providers and consumers.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Carnegie Mellon researchers published studies on teaching methods and how employers use prospective employees' public social network data.

Campus Crime and Incident

This week, University Police cited several students for underage drinking, and apprehended a potential chair thief.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

At this week's Senate meeting, the body discussed several contentious Senate initiatives and received selected committee updates.

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