First Lady Michelle Obama visited Pittsburgh this past Wednesday to hit the campaign trail on behalf of Nominee Hillary Clinton.
Carnegie Mellon students attended the monthly campus discussion series, “State of the University,” to hold a conversation about “Colin Kaepernick, #BLM and how it all affects our campus.”
Students gathered in classrooms, auditoriums, and dormitories on the night of Sept. 26 in preparation for the first Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
On Oct. 9 at 8:30 am, sue’s run4kids will be taking place in Schenley Park. All money raised will go to the KidsVoice’s Lipman Youth Fund, which works with programs that aid teens in foster care.
Since 1964, Hunt Institute has been working to foster further growth of the botanical arts by displaying an international exhibit. Currently, the 15th International Exhibition is on display.
Carnegie Mellon hosts family weekend. Also, this year's Andy Awards winners were announced.
This week's student government column.
This week's crime and incident reports.