Project Olympus’s show-and-tell event gave alumni and other Carnegie Mellon affiliates a chance to show off their latest innovations.
Carnegie Mellon hosted a gala in memoriam of the late Jeffrey Zaslow and unveiled a plaque in his honor last Friday.
Since spring break, Tazza D’Oro has begun offering table-sharing placards, backed by a Student Senate initiative.
Carnegie Mellon and Evive Station recently entered into a contract together to find an efficient and cost-effective way of moving away from using disposable plastic water bottles on campus.
This week, several students were cited for underage drinking and a theft occurred in Smith Hall.
This week, senior chemical engineering major Nancy Ko won a prestigious fellowship, while a student at CMU Qatar developed a safe car program.