Senior decision science major Tonya Sedgwick gave a speech regarding sexual assault on campus in front of Warner Hall on Friday.
Many students received an email last week telling them that the people staffing the table for Oculus VR at the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) were impersonating recruiters.
On Sept. 21, Carnegie Mellon reported that the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority repaired a 20-inch water main break on Forbes Avenue.
A Carnegie Mellon researcher recently published a paper explaining why people suffer for philanthropy, and several Carnegie Mellon graduate students are participating in a Story Collider show.
This week, several students were cited for underage drinking and a student was cited after being found, intoxicated, on top of a flat-bed construction truck.
Thanassis Rikakis, vice provost for the IDeATe initiative, spoke at Thursday's Senate meeting, and the body discussed Senate's philosophy regarding funding non-recognized organizations.