Need a late night ride? The next time you call a cab, your ride may be fitted with technology created by members of the Carnegie Mellon community.
Duygu Kuzum, a postgraduate in electrical engineering at Standford University, spoke about nanoelectronics.
While the idea of medical marijuana is progressive by its nature, the proposed Pennsylvania bill reflects fairly conservative — or at least narrow-minded — ideals.
The Carnegie Mellon’s women’s basketball team had a very atypical start, compared...
This year’s Lunar Gala was, if possible, bigger and more hyped than last year’s show. It continued a long Carnegie Mellon tradition that lets students strut their stuff, literally.
It’s important to remain collected and professional while presenting yourself to the people who may soon be hiring you for a full-time position or summer internship.