Students from Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh joined a national conversation on race and campus politics when they gathered to show solidarity with University of Missouri students.
She believes that through the development of more intuitive devices that provide quicker feedback to a user’s input, we may reach a point in the future where we can make any type of object we desire.
It is absolutely ridiculous to call a red coffee cup a symbol of hatred against the holidays.
- Platforms worth more than purses, women worth more than their beauty
- Weird names build cool character, worth risk of stigma
- CMU's Tor hack was unacceptable violation of user privacy
- "P.O.C." fails as umbrella term in Mizzou protests
- Students deserve dependably safe food on campus
- Focus on drug abuse creates stigma about ADHD
Looking ready for championship season, the Carnegie Mellon women’s volleyball...
Fielder, who came to Carnegie Mellon at the behest of the Activities Board, came onto the stage singing a decidedly tone-deaf version of Lana del Rey’s “Born to Die.”