Snakebot searches for earthquake survivors

On Sept. 19, the sandy ground below the Mexico City area violently shook with a magnitude 7.1 earthquake that struck on the 32nd anniversary of the 1985...

Student Government Column: Business Affairs tackles student transportation concerns in Pittsburgh

The Business Affairs (BA) committee of Student Senate is looking to improve the transportation options that are available to Carnegie Mellon students...

Crime and Incident

Disorderly Conduct Oct. 1, 2017 University Police responded to Donner House after receiving a report of an odor of marijuana. A small amount of marijuana...

University Libraries seek student input for food policy

As of Sept. 1, the fourth floor of Hunt library began a “no food policy,” allowing only cold beverages to be consumed on the floor’s physical spaces....

CMU promotes love and inclusion against the hatred of the Westboro Baptist Church

On Oct. 5th, more than a hundred people stood at the edge of Carnegie Mellon University’s campus and faced the handful of Westboro Baptist Church protesters...

Citadel datathon showcases opportunities for tech talent

With data science as one of the fastest growing fields in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), companies are on the hunt for talented...

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