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Conflict Kitchen reopens after receiving death threats

Conflict Kitchen’s reopening last Wednesday — after it closed due to a recent letter containing death threats — was met with all-day traffic and enthusiastic support.

Hebert named head of Robotics Institute

Carnegie Mellon robotics professor Martial Hebert became the director of the university’s Robotics Institute as of Nov. 15, after the Robotics Institute announced the change in leadership on Nov. 6.

Alpha Sigma Phi comes to campus

Alpha Sigma Phi and Phi Delta Theta are the newest arrivals on Carnegie Mellon’s ever-developing fraternity scene.

Pennsylvania PUC grants Uber license to operate in Pittsburgh

On Thursday, the PUC voted 4–1 to grant an experimental license to Uber, allowing the company to operate across Pennsylvania.

Campus news in brief

The university announced last week that donors gave another $8 million for the Tepper Quadrangle, and the ETC is welcoming Michael Keaton as a visiting scholar.

Student Senate meeting minutes

This week, Senate allocated money to Project Rwanda and Bhangra in the Burgh, and discussed some committee updates.

National news in brief

Net Neutrality is a growing issue in the U.S. as President Obama pays a visit to China and the results of midterm elections roll in.

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