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Undergraduate tuition increased by 3.2 percent for next academic year

Last week, Carnegie Mellon’s Board of Trustees approved a 3.2 percent increase in undergraduate tuition for the 2020/2021 academic year, setting tuition...

The state of 15-112, a campus cultural touchstone

Every year, more than a tenth of Carnegie Mellon’s undergraduate population takes the computer science course 15-112. The only class with more coverage...

Herbsleb takes new role as head of Institute for Software Research

“The Institute for Software Research was originally a collection of people doing great things, but whose work just didn’t fit neatly into any of the available...

21st annual MLK Jr. Day Writing Awards hosted

Carnegie Mellon hosted its 21st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Awards on the eponymous holiday dedicated to the civil rights leader. The reception...

Carrasquel Scholarship founded to honor SCS professor's retirement

Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science (SCS) has established a new scholarship fund for SCS students to honor Jacobo Carrasquel, a longtime SCS...

Crime and Incident: Dec. 17 - Jan. 24

Theft by Extortion Dec. 17, 2019 A Carnegie Mellon student filed a report over an internet scam that involved individuals claiming affiliation with a...

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