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Conflict Kitchen’s Palestinian theme causes contention

The concept for Jon Rubin and Dawn Weleski’s restaurant was simple: manage a restaurant at which Pittsburgh residents can purchase cuisine from a country with which the United States is in conflict.

Sustainable Earth urges fossil fuel divestment

The student environmental organization Sustainable Earth is launching a divestment initiative for Carnegie Mellon’s assets.

CMU student arrested for child pornography

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced last Monday the recent arrest of eight suspected child predators, including Carnegie Mellon graduate student Adham Mandour.

University announces town hall for strategic plan

As the university aims to reimagine its strategic plan, President Subra Suresh announced on Oct. 16 in a university-wide email the launch of a strategic planning process.

Students carry mattresses to promote campus sexual assault awareness

Students carried mattresses out of their rooms and onto campus on Wednesday as part of Carry That Weight, a national initiative to “Carry the weight together.”

Campus news in brief

Mark Roth, a journalist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, won the Friend of the CNBC award, and professor of philosophy and psychology David Danks published a book on cognitive architecture.

Campus crime & incident reports

This week, multiple students were given assistance under the university's Alcohol Amnesty policy, and unknown students poured milk in an external card reader at Margaret Morrison Apartments.

Student Senate meeting minutes

Director of University Health Services Anita Barkin and Vice Provost for Education Amy Burkert spoke at Thursday's Student Senate meeting.

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