Adam Tunnard

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  • Marx@200 kicks off in the new semester

    There are few figures in history that evoke as much admiration, disdain, and often heated debate as Karl Marx. In celebration of his influential and controversial life and work, attendees of the Marx@200 events organized by The Humanities Center will gather to discuss his writings and the various ways they have been applied since their inception. Whether you’re a dyed-in-the-wool libertarian or ha...

    News | February 5, 2018
  • Data Privacy Day event showcases Carnegie Mellon research

    As technological growth in the 21st century continues its exponential climb, data and the internet weave themselves into the fabric of society in seemingly irreversible ways. Data privacy, or how data is distributed and collected in relation to the public, has been a growing concern of most internet users due to unprecedented technological progress. Each year since 2014, this particular issue is b...

    News | January 29, 2018