Crepes Parisiennes is looking to provide customers with more than its already-wide range of crepes, waffles, and pastries — it is now applying for a liquor license.
Clyde House has officially opened this fall to house students with an interest in the global community.
The NSF awarded Carnegie Mellon $5.6 million for cybersecurity education through the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service.
The World Economic Forum's Summer Davos forum will feature four Carnegie Mellon faculty members, and a Carnegie Mellon student was crowded Miss Pennsylvania 2014.
This week, university police investigated multiple bicycle thefts and dealt with an instance of alcohol amnesty.
Senate allocated almost $2,000 to the Aerial Arts Club on Thursday and elected a new Sergeant at Arms.