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  • HoCo, MD votes to redistrict

    The past Thursday, Howard County, MD voted to approve a measure that would redraw their school districts to make it less segregated. The county is home to hundreds of thousands of people with a mix of socioeconomic backgrounds that are not well-integrated across the various towns. The issue of desegregation is not exclusive to just one county in Maryland. Northern states, such as Pennsylvania, Mas...

    Forum | November 25, 2019
  • Pizza Express exile

    Editor's note: this is a satirical piece intended to poke fun at the Royal Family.

    Queen Elizabeth II announced in an interview with the BBC last Friday that, upon careful, thoughtful, and deliberate consideration, she had decided that it would be in the interest of the Crown for the Royal family to part ways with Prince Andrew.

    Forum | November 25, 2019
  • Carnegie Mellon Police host forum on the inclusion of race in crime alerts

    Last Monday, Carnegie Mellon’s vice president for operations, Rodney P. McClendon, and the Carnegie Mellon police department hosted a discussion forum on the content of campus alerts. The discussion focused specifically on whether race should be included in the suspect description of Carnegie Mellon’s crime and safety alerts.

    News | November 18, 2019
  • Traffic21 anniversary event met with protest as Secretary of Transportation pledges 8.4 million toward its research

    On Friday, Carnegie Mellon celebrated the tenth anniversary of Traffic21, a university sponsored research institute dedicated to creating technology improving transportation infrastructure, traffic issues, and accessibility in Allegheny County and beyond.

    News | November 11, 2019
  • Jahanian, Casalegno host town hall on university's "strategic plan"

    Carnegie Mellon President Farnam Jahanian and Dean of Students Gina Casalegno, in conjunction with the Carnegie Mellon Student Senate, hosted their annual town hall to discuss the “strategic plan” for the direction of the university and field questions from students.

    News | November 11, 2019

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