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MacGillivray and Masters win election

As the elections for student government came to a close, the votes were tallied and the new Student Body President and Study Body Vice President were announced.

Beta responds to suspension, allegations

As part of a continuing investigation into the Beta Theta Pi fraternity on campus, official statements from the local chapter and national organization of Beta Theta Pi have been released.

Sawdust smoke causes alarm

What many students believed to be a fire in the lower levels of Doherty Hall last Wednesday evening turned out to be circulating sawdust emerging from the exhaust system in the building.

CMU admits most selective class yet

Carnegie Mellon received a record number of applications for the incoming class of 2017.

Hedge fund manager discusses career, personal successes

“A Conversation with David McCormick” provided advice and career tips to a large crowd of students and faculty in Baker Hall’s Giant Eagle Auditorium last Monday.

Verbeke lectures on changes in European design education

Johan Verbeke, from the Sint-Lucas School of Architecture, presented “Developments in Higher Education in Europe and its impact on arts, architecture and design."

Campus News in Brief

This week, a Carnegie Mellon professor won an award for being an influential educator, while the Richard King Mellon Foundation donated $30 million to the university.

Campus Crime & Incident

This week, a hit and run occurred and University Police responded to a noise complaint.

Senate Minutes

This week, the student senate voted on several special allocations, as well as making changes to the Joint Funding Committee bylaws.

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