Professor Dan Akerib discusses his research on dark matter

In the twentieth century — and even in the late nineteenth century — evidence was discovered and eventually confirmed that the mass data analyzed from...

Student Government column: Senate Seeks Student Input at Senate Week: Branching Out

We on Student Senate are constantly looking for ways to be responsive to student needs and priorities so we can better serve them as your representatives....

Crime and Incident

Alcohol Amnesty Oct. 29, 2017 University police responded to a report of two intoxicated students at Mudge House. Both students were provided with medical...

Laura Chinchilla shares her hopes for Latin America’s future

Though Laura Chinchilla, former president of Costa Rica, has spent fourteen years in public office and only one year as a fellow at Georgetown University,...

DSF donates $4 million to fund interdisciplinary research

In a show of support towards the Mellon College of Science (MCS), the David Scaife Family (DSF) Charitable Foundation has donated $4 million to fund the...

It happens here promotes transparency for acts of violence at Carnegie Mellon

Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence (SARV) is a pressing issue in today’s society, and affects a significant portion of Carnegie Mellon students....

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