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University Center plans to expand by fall 2016

The Carnegie Mellon administration hopes to develop the University Center into the space facing Forbes Avenue within the next three years.

CMU research featured on PBS

Advances in neuroscience and computational learning developed in the basement of Wean Hall will be featured in the second episode of the PBS series “Brains on Trial with Alan Alda."

Caribou Coffee closes, Peet’s to open next month

Carnegie Mellon students have been grieving the loss of the Caribou Coffee on Forbes Avenue, as well as Caribou Coffee locations in the Waterworks Mall and Southside Works on East Carson Street.

Students serve Nicaraguan youth

Members of Juntos, a cross-cultural service organization, spoke about their experiences volunteering in Nicaragua last Thursday during the Tartans Abroad Showcase in the University Center.

Campus News in Brief

A new dean for research in engineering was appointed recently, and several Carnegie Mellon students were named as Siebel Scholars.

Campus Crime and Incident

This week, University Police officers issued several underage drinking citations and responded to a call for an attempted robbery in the vicinity of South Craig Street.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

This week the student senate discussed applications for the Joint Funding Committee and vacancy elections, and approved a special allocation for Sigma Phi Epsilon's Labor Day Barbecue.

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