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.
Part of student body president Ian Glasner's effort to gauge student interest is a website that allows students to both submit new ideas for initiatives and to vote on five rotating initiatives.
Dr. K. Jimmy Hsia, the new vice provost for international programs and strategy as of Jan. 1, is a man with a vision.
Donna Harsch will succeed Caroline Acker as head of the history department. The Robotics Institute showed off the capabilities of a new quadrotor.
This week, a student was cited for underage drinking and another student reported his shoes unlawfully taken from the men's locker room.
At Senate this week, the Tennis Club received $885 and several new senators were elected as part of vacancy elections.