Shabbat 1000 dinner supports and shows solidarity for Jewish student community

In light of the recent wave of bomb threats that have been phoned into Jewish community centers, Carnegie Mellon hosted Shabbat 1000, a service and dinner...

CMU Academy for Women receives recognition at Leadership Excellence Awards

One of Carnegie Mellon’s greatest strengths has come from its role in attracting female students to STEM fields — areas of study that have been heavily...

Jay Whitcare brings his experience in energy research and business development as the new director of Scott Institute

Materials Science and Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy Professor Jay Whitacre will be made director of the Wilton E. Scott Institute for...

A preview to Energy Week, March 27 to 31

Hosted by the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation, and featuring over 130 energy experts, Carnegie Mellon’s annual Energy Week will take place...

Student Government column

If you log in on Thursday, March 30 to vote in student government election then you might notice something different: Single Transferable Vote (STV) is...

Crime and Incident

Theft of Camera Lens March 16, 2017 A Carnegie Mellon staff member reported to University Police that an unknown person unlawfully removed a camera lens...

Campus news in brief

Carnegie Mellon professor Carol Frieze wins 2017 A. Nico Habermann Award Carol Frieze was selected to receive the 2017 A. Nico Habermann Award from the...

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