Madelyn Glymour Contributing Editor
Crime and Incident
Motor Vehicle Accident
Jan. 26, 2012
University Police, along with Carnegie Mellon EMS, responded to Forbes Avenue and Beeler Street for a student who was struck by a motor vehicle. The student was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The driver of the motor vehicle was issued a citation for failing to yield to pedestrians at a crosswalk.
Jan. 27, 2012News | February 6, 2012
Award-winning MLK essay incites controversy, debate
Student Affairs held an open forum last Wednesday to discuss the controversy over one of the winning essays of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day writing contest.
The essay, written by Winchester Thurston High School junior Jesse Lieberfeld, is titled “Fighting a Forbidden Battle: How I Stopped Covering Up for a Hidden Wrong.”News | February 6, 2012
Florida’s Republican presidential primary is Tuesday. The caucus in Iowa and the first two primaries in New Hampshire and South Carolina have had three different winners: Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich. Here are some facts to keep in mind about the Florida primary:
50: The number of delegates that the winner of the Florida Republican primary will winNews | January 30, 2012
Crime and Incident
Jan. 19, 2012
After conducting a traffic stop on Morewood Avenue, a University police officer discovered that there was a warrant out for one of the drivers’ arrest. The driver was taken into custody and transported to Allegheny County Jail.
Jan. 19, 2012News | January 30, 2012
How to Use Your Eyes, and How Some Animals Use Their Eyes
Monday at 5:15 p.m.
Breed Hall (Margaret Morrison 103)
As part of the Victor M. Bearg Science and Humanities Scholars Speaker Series, James Elkins will deliver an informal lecture on vision and how it is studied from a humanities perspective.News | January 23, 2012