Carnegie Mellon’s spinoff company, LumiShield, has been selected as one of the top university startups to be presented at the University Startups Demo Day.
A multi-million dollar joint initiative between CMU and PennDOT plans to implement a series of safety improvements to Forbes Avenue slated to begin in the fall of 2017, and continue until 2018.
Folger’s Shakespeare Library will be sending copies of Shakespeare's Folio across the country this year, but Carnegie Mellon students need only travel to Posner center to view this rare book.
On Sept. 10, leaders of various student organizations gathered in the Cohon Center for the first ever Conference for Social Change, hosted by the Student Body President and Vice President.
CMU and Tsinghua University renew their dual-degree masters program in computer science. Also, The Center for Iranian Music plans to host a concert featuring Persian traditional music on Sept. 14.
Vaasavi Unnnava and Aaron Gutierrez, Carnegie Mellon's Student Body President and Vice President, respectively, welcome students to the first weekly Student Government column in The Tartan.
This week's crime and incident reports.