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Carnegie Mellon takes stand against Trump's immigrant ban

Carnegie Mellon University joined other universities in signing an amicus brief opposing Trump's immigrant ban.

Webber discusses the fundamental connection between water and energy

Dr. Michael Webber gave a lecture that discussed the importance of energy and how both water and energy are fundamentally connected.

Professor highlights mounting challenges of the Latino community after Donald Trump's election

On Feb. 15, Van C. Tran discussed the issues faced by Latino immigrants after Donald Trump's election.

Scott Reynolds Nelson discusses John Henry and the birth of Rock 'n' Roll

On Feb. 16, Scott Reynolds Nelson gave an overview of the legend of John Henry and how this impacted the evolution of music.

Campus news in brief

This week, a study suggests married people have increased health benefits and Mimus, a robot created by a Carmegie Mellon student, showcases its personality with visitors at a museum exhibit.

Student Government column

This week's student government column discusses the Open Forum on Immigration Policy, hosted by the President's Cabinet in Feb. 14.

Crime and Incident

This week's crime and incident reports.

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