Carnegie Mellon and Yahoo, Inc. recently announced a five-year partnership worth $10 million.
A Facebook group called “To Dining, With Love” that allows Carnegie Mellon students to voice concerns or complaints to CulinArt has gained ground, especially among first-year students.
Last Wedensday, University President Subra Suresh announced the creation of the ProSEED program by email.
“Don’t drink the yellow vodka” was one of many lessons distilled during “The Moral of the Story: Life Lessons from Professors,” a lecture presented by the honor society Mortar Board, last Thursday.
This week, the MOSAIC program will will hold an event meant to stimulate a conversation on abortion, while Önder Özkoç begins his residency at the College of Fine Arts.
This week, a student was cited for underage drinking, and two students reported harassment via Snapchat.
At this week's Student Senate general body meeting, several Senators were elected as part of vacancy elections, and the Communications Committee gave a report.