Carnegie Mellon's Data Privacy Day aims to make data privacy more understandable for students and faculty members.
Students discuss their internship experiences and provide others with advice on how to successfully land a position at their company of choice.
Andrew Sofer talks about his findings on the significance of "dark matter" in theater, such as characters that never appear, scenes that are not shown, and character hallucinations.
Lynsie Clott discusses the issues and provides unsettling examples of human sex trafficking in light of January being Human Trafficking Awareness month.
The Institute for New Feeling display their new project at the Miller Gallery while two Carnegie Mellon alumni create a "mini-taxi" called Autopods that ride around Shadyside.
Read about the international news that took place this week.
Read the campus crime and incident reports from this week.