Patrick Pettibon Staffwriter
Two lectures and a newly appointed dean of Student Affairs will usher in the first week of April on the Carnegie Mellon campus.
The new appointment of the dean of Student Affairs will be announced this morning at 11:30 am in the University Center’s McConomy Auditorium.News | April 3, 2006
Governor Rendell speaks at Pitt
Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell knows he can relax when he speaks in front of a group of Democrats.
Speaking last Friday at the Pitt Law Democrats’ “Meet the Candidates” series, which featured candidates who will be in November’s gubernatorial elections, the governor took the microphone in hand and leaned against the podium like he was talking to an old friend.News | March 27, 2006
Quad to see a double comeback
Despite getting kicked off campus over the past two years, Kappa Sigma and Delta Upsilon (DU) fraternities are returning to the quad next year with a pleasant surprise: millions of dollars of renovations to their houses.News | February 27, 2006
Students protest the axe
Recently, 200 baby dolls and one professor got naked to support some trees that may be removed for construction of the new Gates Center for Computer Science. The center of the conflict brewing around the new plan is the removal of a grove of trees between the Purnell Center and Doherty Hall.News | February 6, 2006