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  • KSA raises concern over ‘rising sun’ flag being used for CMU lecture

    On the night of Feb. 28, student members of the Korean Student Association (KSA) were preparing to host their biggest event of the year. March 1 marks the 100th anniversary of the March First Movement, an independence movement that spread across Korea in 1919 in protest against Japanese colonial rule, which lasted from 1910 to 1945. In collaboration with Liberty in North Korea (LINK), KSA was plan...

    News | March 25, 2019
  • "Concern" for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publisher following newsroom meltdown

    On Saturday, Feb. 9, John Robinson Block, the publisher of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, entered the newsroom intoxicated and shouting. In an apparent meltdown, Block went “berserk,” threatened employees, and “manhandled” his pre-teen daughter who was accompanying him.

    News | March 4, 2019
  • DeRay Mckesson talks police violence at PublicSource talk

    “Did you know that one-third of people shot by a stranger in America are shot by police?” Mckesson asked the 250 in attendance at the Carnegie Library Lecture Hall. Though those in attendance were socially aware fans of DeRay Mckesson, most were not aware of this grim statistic.

    News | February 18, 2019
  • Port Authority ridership up against national trend

    In 2018, Pittsburgh’s Port Authority bucked an industry trend with a 1.95 percent increase in total ridership. The increase was primarily in bus operations, with 54,872,268 total bus rides. 2,893,059 rides were made by Carnegie Mellon students, staff, and faculty, comprising 5.27 percent of the total.

    News | February 18, 2019
  • FBI talk emphasizes hate speech's impact

    In response to a stark increase of hate crimes and Anti-Semitism, the FBI asked for the community’s help to prevent future hate crimes in the Pittsburgh area.

    News | February 11, 2019

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