Interim President Farnam Jahanian provides input on highly criticized tax reform bill

Congress has been in a rush to write out and pass a new tax reform bill in what would be the Republicans’ first major legislative accomplishment since...

Former steel mill forges new beginning with groundbreaking

Hundreds gathered on Monday, Nov. 20, at the site of an abandoned steel factory. The event, however, was not meant to honor Pittsburgh’s past but instead...

Michael J. Tarr named 2017 AAAS fellow

Head of Carnegie Mellon’s Department of Psychology, Michael J. Tarr, has been selected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of...

Crime and Incident

Alcohol Amnesty Nov. 25, 2017 University Police responded to a report of an intoxicated student at Resnik House. The student was provided with medical...

Faculty, students win American Architecture Prize for restaurant design

Situated inconspicuously between a laundromat and a glass and mirror store, Senyai Thai Kitchen seems like an unlikely place for a Carnegie Mellon project...

Student Government column

Student Senate is currently making preparations to continue the First Lectures series in the upcoming semester. The First Lectures series seeks to encapsulate...

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