Patrick Pettibon Staffwriter
University seeks $165 million in bonds from Allegheny County
Carnegie Mellon is trying hard to get around some serious obstacles in the way of something it might not even really need or want.
The University last week sought approval of a $165 million bond from the Allegheny County Higher Education Authority. The authority approved the bond issue last Tuesday.News | September 11, 2006
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pavilion
Going to see the Allman Brothers Band is a rare treat, and it’s one you should probably try to get each summer. Seeing the Allman Brothers Band and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on the same night is an opportunity that might not present itself again for quite some time. The two bands recently finished their summer run together on August 18 at the Tweeter Center in Camden, N.J., but not before pl...Pillbox | August 28, 2006
CMU, Pitt receive $15 million research grant
Researchers in Pittsburgh are embarking on their first year of finding new ways to give sight to the blind, mobility to the handicapped, and independence to the elderly.News | August 28, 2006
Shhh! Don’t slurp: New café to open on first floor of Hunt Library
Staying in the library all night might taste a little better next fall when the Maggie Murph Café opens on the first floor of Hunt Library. The new campus eatery will serve coffee and grab-and-go sandwiches and salads.
Alumni, along with the University Libraries and Dining and Housing Services, are working together on the project.News | May 1, 2006
Conference discusses military contributions at the University
The campus may not have missile silos under the Cut, but Carnegie Mellon may be more like a military base than commonly thought.News | April 10, 2006