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‘Thrive at CMU’ to improve wellness

Months after Carnegie Mellon’s stress culture Town Hall in January, the university and its students are looking for ways to address stress management and wellness on campus.

JFC proposes important bylaw changes

Important changes to the Student Body Constitution, Student Government Fiscal Policy, and Joint Funding Committee (JFC) bylaws were passed last Thursday.

Influx of university donations continues, now for Scott Hall

Carnegie Mellon’s Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation was recently the beneficiary of a $30 million donation from the Richard King Mellon Foundation.

Victoria Espinel speaks about intellectual property concerns

Victoria Espinel, the U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator for the Executive Office of the President, gave a talk in Hamburg Hall last Thursday.

Campus News in Brief

CMU students place in Putnam competition A team of three Carnegie Mellon students earned fifth place in the Mathematical Association of America’s 73rd...

Crime & Incident

This week, there were several cases of underage drinking and a theft.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

Thrive at CMU The wellness course StuCo that Student Senate is developing for incoming students, titled “Thrive at CMU,” recently received approval from...

Alumni Calendar

The following list includes events that are exclusively available to alumni or that encourage alumni attendance.

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