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  • Student Body President and Vice President candidates: Jeffrey Ko and Carrie Haney

    Jeffrey Ko, one of the candidates on the slate for Student Body President, along with his running mate Carrie Haney, is running with the slogan “Proven Leadership. Compassionate. Determined.” Ko, a junior studying International Relations and Politics and Hispanic Studies, with a minor in Cybersecurity, lists as his credentials his two consecutiv...

    News | April 8, 2020
  • CMU Marketing? More like CMU Smart-keting

    The internet: once the wildest of the wild wests, the last frontier, where anyone with a phone line and 10 bucks a month could set up their own forum for other people, has evolved quite a bit since the halcyon days of the early 2000s.

    News | February 24, 2020
  • Make Possible, Carnegie Mellon's new fundraising effort

    Make Possible, Carnegie Mellon’s nine-year, $2 billion fundraising project has just entered its public phase. The announcement came with a new website, and a video that featured faculty, staff, students, and trustees showcasing some of the projects and performances under development at the university.
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    News | November 4, 2019
  • Carnegie Mellon's new "Brand" rollout comes alongside new campus signage

    If you’ve been on campus at all this semester, you might have noticed the new and improved signs outside campus buildings, with handy elements like the building name, its SIO abbreviation, the address, and a red square reading “Carnegie Mellon University.” Not just a refresh of old and worn out signage, these markers signify a new era in the Carnegie Mellon brand. The webpage for the newly-defined...

    News | October 7, 2019
  • SCS lecture series bridges computer science and philosophy in second year

    The Ethics for Technologists lecture series is back for another year, bringing speakers to discuss the intersections between technology and its impact on the world. Maggie Oates, a Ph.D. student in Societal Computing at Carnegie Mellon and one of the head organizers of the lecture series, told The Tartan that her agenda for the lecture series is to “better equip students in identifying and thinkin...

    News | September 23, 2019

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