Adam Tunnard News Editor

Class of 2021

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  • Crime and Incident

    Driving Under the Influence
    Sept. 8, 2019
    University police responded to the Greek Quadrangle for a motor vehicle accident. The driver, a non-affiliate to Carnegie Mellon, was found to be intoxicated and placed under arrest for driving under the influence.

    News | September 16, 2019
  • Crime and Incident

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Sept. 1, 2019
    Officers responded to Margaret Morrison Apartments following reports of an intoxicated Carnegie Mellon student. The student was provided medical assistance and no citations were issued, due to alcohol amnesty.

    News | September 9, 2019
  • Highlights of “Breakthrough” 2019 orientation events

    Carnegie Mellon’s undergraduate orientation week begins this Sunday, Aug. 19, and will continue through Sunday, Aug. 26. The summer camp-esque orientation is a way to get to know people and surroundings before classes begin on Aug. 27.

    News | August 19, 2019
  • Carnegie Mellon building expansions

    While most undergraduate students are gone over the summer, Carnegie Mellon’s Division of Operations get a chance to renovate, construct, and expand. This summer has been no different. Ralph Horgan, Associate Vice President of Carnegie Mellon’s Campus Design and Facility Development (CDFD), says they’re “racing to the finish” to get a variety of operations done before this semester begins.

    News | August 19, 2019
  • Council unanimously votes in new recycling code, affecting tenants and renters

    This past month, the Pittsburgh City Council unanimously passed changes to municipal waste code 619 that will primarily affect renters and landlords in Pittsburgh. The changes will go into effect this summer. According to the office of Erika Strassburger, who spearheaded the changes, the “ultimate goal is to make it easier for people to recycle and hopefully increase the amount of material that is...

    News | April 29, 2019

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