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  • Scare hunting in the city

    If you find yourself looking for something to do this Halloween (other than knocking on the doors of local Pittsburghers begging for fun-size chocolate bars), fear not. If you’d like to stay relatively local, Allegheny County has a few great options ranging from amusement parks to haunted tunnels; the county offers several options if you’re looking for some scares.

    Pillbox | October 26, 2009
  • Carnegie Mellon named “Best Neighbor” to Pgh

    Recently, Carnegie Mellon was ranked 19th in the presentation titled “Saviors of Our Cities: A Survey of Best College and University Civic Partnerships,” conducted by Evan S. Dobelle, president of Westfield State College. According to the official website, the 25 colleges and universities “were selected because of their positive impact on their urban communities, including both commercial and resi...

    News | October 26, 2009
  • Café spreads language dept. awareness

    This past Wednesday, the coffee lounge in Baker Hall near Ginger’s Express was the setting for the Polyglot Café. The informal social was set up by the Modern Language Student Advisory Council (MLSAC), and was able to bring together over 50 students and faculty, who conversed about tales abroad and favorite classes over various worldly cookies and coffees.

    News | October 12, 2009
  • Computational biology department joins School of Computer Science

    Carnegie Mellon has recently welcomed computational biology as an official department in the School of Computer Science.

    Along with this new expansion and future possibility comes a unique prestige, as the Lane Center for Computational Biology is “the first computational biology department in the country to be part of a computer science school.”

    News | October 5, 2009
  • Stats Speaking

    Nearly all of the Pennsylvania state schools are expecting an increase in enrollment this year. Carnegie Mellon, however, has had a different outcome regarding recent enrollment. Here are some facts and figures about Pennsylvania’s state schools and how they compare to Carnegie Mellon's admissions:

    Number of Pennsylvania state-owned universities: 14

    News | September 21, 2009

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