Carnegie Mellon University in currently in the midst of a search process for a new vice president and chief financial officer.
In response to January’s Town Hall on Carnegie Mellon culture, the student government — in conjunction with the department of student affairs — devised a strategy to combat the issues discussed.
Carnegie Mellon teamed up with the National Security Agency (NSA) to create a high school hacking competition known as “Toaster Wars,” which takes place April 26 to May 6.
Two Carnegie Mellon professors attended a London summit, and Assistant professor in mechanical engineering Carmel Majidi was awarded a grant from the Air Force.
This week, an intoxicated student was apprehended on the Greek Quad and a fire occurred in Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall.
This week, the Student Senate made special allocations and discussed the Policy on Cheating and Plagiarism.
With student government elections less than a week away, students can look forward to hearing candidates for Student Senate outline their platforms during debates.