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CMU professors help change street parking rates

Recently, a group of Carnegie Mellon professors petitioned the Pittsburgh City Council to change parking rates along Margaret Morrison Street, Tech Street, Frew Street, and Schenley Drive.

CulinArt employees lobby for higher wages

CulinArt employees stepped out from behind the cash registers of Carnegie Mellon’s campus eateries onto the sidewalk of Forbes Avenue to hand out flyers asking for increased wages last Wednesday.

Tepper building planned to occupy Morewood parking lot

The Tepper School of Business may be expanding in the not-so-distant future.

CMU Rwanda students find internships

An unprecdented number of students from the Carnegie Mellon Rwanda (CMU-R) campus have been successfully landing big corporate internships recently.

New organization teaches finance

Last year, Carnegie Mellon alumna Sarah Peko-Spicer and director of undergraduate economics Carol Goldburg began to pilot a new chapter of Moneythink.

Campus News in Brief

This week Carnegie Mellon announced the recipients of a computer science prize and Jonathan Cagan was appointed Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Student Senate Meeting Minutes

This week, the Student Senate discussed appointments to the University Center Allocations Board and the Committee on Student Organizations, as well as hearing from guest Kevin Monahan.

Campus Crime and Incident

The Carnegie Mellon Police Department handled several cases of underage drinking this week, as well as theft of art supplies and a hit and run.

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