With Google’s Bakery Square campus flanking either side now, it is hard to not notice the growth that Pittburgh is experiencing.
The goal of the Office of Title IX Initiatives, according to part-time Interim Director of the office and Title IX Coordinator Holly Hippensteel, is “gender equity broadly defined.”
With the recent reopening of the Jared L. Cohon University Center’s (CUC) revamped athletics facilities comes many overdue state-of-the-art changes.
The Facebook statuses of Student Senate showed up last week, peppering timelines in the Carnegie Mellon network with information about the Undergraduate Student Senate and its various subcommittees.
This week, the European Union reacted to the migrant crisis, the Iran nuclear deal passed in the house, and California passed its right-to-die legislation.
This week an egg was thrown at a university security officer from a passing vehicle, and a science experiment in Roselawn Terrace caused a kitchen fire.
This week at Carnegie Mellon, Uber donated $5.5 million to the university, and the first class of presidential scholarship and fellowship recipients was announced.