This week, Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg, a distinguished jurist, discussed the purpose of a constitution and the roles of federal courts, with similar views as the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
On Saturday, the Japanese Student Association hosted its annual Matsuri Spring Festival in Rangos. The event featured booths, Japanese food, games, origami and cooking lessons, and performances.
A CMU professor was successful in obtaining a famous shirt worn by Colin Firth in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. The shirt will be featured in her exhibition in August, located in DC.
See Hunt Institute's spring exhibition in Hunt Library from now until June 30. The exhibition features artworks from 36 historical and contemporary artists, of moments in the lifecycle of a plant.
Read the crime and incident reports from this past week.
Read about the news happening around the world.
CMU sophomore Ian Asenjo wins Critical Language Scholarship from State Dept. This week, Ian Asenjo, a sophomore global studies major with an additional...