On Monday, Student Government launched a new website as part of an initiative to engage the student body.
Students, staff, and faculty poured into the Posner Center last Monday to begin a discussion about the university’s long-term goals as it develops a new strategic plan.
The year of 2014 has seen the issue of sexual assault driven to the forefront of national debate through college student-driven initiatives and an increasingly public dialogue.
The Elbow Room, a longtime comfort food staple of 5533 Walnut St. in Shadyside, closed on Sunday.
On Wednesday, members of Carnegie Mellon’s Tartans 4 Israel club hosted a pop-up kitchen in the Jared L. Cohon University Center to give their own take on Conflict Kitchen’s Palestinian-themed food.
Carnegie Mellon's College of Engineering celebrated its 30th year of research on self-driving cars, and the School of Music renamed a recording studio after a $1 million alumni donation.
This week, President Barack Obama announced executive action on immigration, the House GOP announced a lawsuit against the President, and CNN uncovered a Republican Twitter scandal.
This week, University Police made an arrest for driving under the influence and cited a student for disorderly conduct.
This week, Senate heard from Dean of Student Affairs Gina Casalegno and Director of University Health Services Anita Barkin, and got an update from the SARVP committee.