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Dining offers extended hours, healthier options

If you’ve ever wondered how much sugar is in that smoothie you just ordered or wished you could buy fresh produce right on campus, you’re in luck this semester.

CMU appoints James Duesing director of the CAS

Carnegie Mellon recently appointed James Duesing, professor of art, to director of Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences’s Center for Arts and Society (CAS).

CMU discontinues C-MITES summer program for gifted youth

The university announced at the end of the summer that the 2014 session of the Carnegie Mellon Institute for Talented Elementary and Secondary Students (C-MITES) program will be its last.

CPDC opens interview, work rooms in CUC

The Career and Professional Development Center is opening interview and study rooms in the lower level of the Cohon University Center.

Campus crime and incident

This week, University Police cited several students for underage drinking and made an arrest for driving under the influence.

Campus News in Brief

A Carnegie Mellon alumna won her first Emmy Award and the former dean of the School of Computer Science is now working for the White House.

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