At the beginning of this semester, Carnegie Mellon officially switched the company providing cleaning services for its buildings to Philadelphia-based Aramark.
Michael Bowling, a Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science alumnus, helped develop a computer program to solve Texas hold'em poker.
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