Adam Tunnard News Editor

Class of 2021

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  • Crime and Incident

    Driving Under the Influence
    April 14, 2019
    Officers observed an erratic vehicle drive through a red light at a high speed at the intersection of Forbes Avenue and South Craig Street, initiating a traffic stop. The driver, a non-affiliate of Carnegie Mellon, appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol as well a...

    News | April 22, 2019
  • Housing asks where residents will be living after "appreciably lower" turnout in room selection

    Following reportedly low initial rates of freshman returning to on-campus housing, resident assistants (RAs) on campus have been asked to aid university housing services in an information collection initiative that some RAs are calling “an invasion of privacy.”

    News | April 15, 2019
  • Crime and Incident

    Alcohol Amnesty
    April 7, 2019
    Officers responded to McGill House following a report of an intoxicated Carnegie Mellon student. The student was provided medical assistance and no citations were issued due to alcohol amnesty.

    News | April 15, 2019
  • SPIRIT Fashion Show, “Apollo,” sells out general admission in Wiegand Gym

    This past Saturday, the 32nd annual SPIRIT Fashion Show filled Wiegand Gymnasium with a multimedia showcase of fashion, dance, music, and visual art. The show was held in Wiegand for the first time, allowing for a larger crowd than past SPIRIT Fashion Show events. Even with the bigger venue, the event sold out of general admission tickets days before the show.

    News | April 8, 2019
  • Next year's student government now decided

    Last week, next year’s student government was decided by the Carnegie Mellon student body. Voting began at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 29, and closed last Monday at 6 p.m., using an online single transferable voting system, sometimes known as a ranked-choice voting system. It was the second year of the use of this system, which student government chief technical officer Marat Valiev, a third year Ph.D...

    News | April 8, 2019

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