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Indie band Walk the Moon to headline Nov. 15 fall concert

Walk the Moon will perform on Nov. 15.

Spark career fair highlights startups

Weeks after the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) and the Employment Opportunities Conference (EOC), students checked in outside of Rangos Auditorium for a different kind of career fair.

CMU ‘smart’ in its prep for Ebola

Carnegie Mellon has protocols in place in the unlikely event that a case of Ebola is identified on campus, according to Director of University Health Services (UHS) Anita Barkin.

Daniels, Ritivoi present new works

Carnegie Mellon English professors Jim Daniels and Andreea Ritivoi on Friday gave a joint reading from their recently published works.

Shumway presents studies of famous rock stars, listening

Shumway offered a summary of his book Rock Star: The Making of Musical Icons from Elvis to Springsteen.

Campus news in brief

Carl Kingsford, an associate professor in the Lane Center for Computational Biology will receive a $1.5 million grant, and President Subra Suresh is to be inducted into the Institute of Medicine.

Campus crime & incident reports

University Police responded to several theft reports and are investigating a telephone scam, along with graffiti on the door of The Underground.

Student Senate meeting minutes

Fiscal policy presentation Junior economics and decision science double major Landon He gave a presentation regarding changes to Student Senate fiscal...

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