Madelyn Glymour Contributing Editor
Campus News in Brief
CMU-Q pledges advice to Qatar for 2022 World Cup
Carnegie Mellon Qatar and Hassan Al-Thawadi, the Secretary General of the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee, signed a memorandum of understanding last Monday in which they agreed to commit to the successful hosting of the 2022 International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) World Cup.News | January 23, 2012
Crime and Incident
Jan. 9, 2012
A middle-aged white male with a fedora and a long black coat was spotted in the second-floor women’s restroom in Hunt Library. The male told an employee that he was checking the paper towel machine and was gone upon police arrival.
Jan. 10, 2012News | January 23, 2012
Last Wednesday, many websites, including Google and Wikipedia, blacked out or symbolically blacked out their services. These websites’ aim was to protest and raise awareness about the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA), two Congressional bills that were drafted to cut down on online copyright infringement, but that opponents claim will seriously harm free speech on the interne...News | January 23, 2012
Online Gaming Society socializes at Late Night
Carnegie Mellon’s Online Gaming Society (OGS) held a late night LAN party in the University Center on Saturday night. A dozen students gathered to play games like Starcraft, League of Legends, and Super Smash Bros. Melee; eat chips and soda; and hang out.News | December 5, 2011
Is your student loan worth it?
The total student loan debt in the United States is $950 billion, according to Bloomberg L.P., and the average student graduated last year with $25,250 in debt. Overall, Americans owe more in student loans than they do on their credit cards. Given these statistics, how does Carnegie Mellon stack up?News | November 21, 2011