“Don’t forget about us:” Fence painting sparks China & Hong Kong discourse on campus

In between the brick academic halls and green lawns of Carnegie Mellon University’s campus is a fence. It is widely known as “The Fence,” and nearly every...

Jose Diaz shares perspective on Puerto Rico in campus lecture

Jose Diaz, program director at local nonprofit Hope For All and a University of Pittsburgh graduate, came to campus Thursday for a talk hosted by the...

Humanities@CMU launched following student input

Carnegie Mellon’s new initiative, Humanities@CMU, is focused on creating a distinct brand for its humanities institutions. Key goals of the initiative...

Crime and Incident

Alcohol Amnesty Oct. 6, 2019 Officers responded to Shady Oak Apartments following a report of an intoxicated Carnegie Mellon student. The student was...

Family weekend events show the campus experience

Since the 1990s, Carnegie Mellon’s family weekend has been an amalgamation of events, activities, performances, and sports matches, allowing families...

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