Valene Mezmin Editor-in-Chief
Andrew Carnegie Society Scholars give back to the Carnegie Mellon community
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Andrew Carnegie Society (ACS) Scholars Program. Since its inception in 1975, the program aims to recognize academic intelligence, excellence in leadership and volunteerism, and involvement in student organizations, athletics, or the arts in students from the Carnegie Mellon community. Each year, the deans and department heads from each college at Carnegi...News | February 8, 2016
International News in Brief
Three missing after mine collapses
SOUTH AFRICA — 87 workers were trapped underground after the entrance to the Lily Gold Mine in northeast South Africa abruptly collapsed. All of the miners were rescued with the exception of three that were working on the surface. The cause of the collapse has yet to be determined.
Italian student found dead in EgyptNews | February 8, 2016
Campus News in Brief
The Institute for New Feeling displays new ways of feeling new at Miller galleryNews | February 1, 2016
International news in brief
Islamic state bomber kills two people in Yemen
ADEN — In the latest Islamic State bombings, two people were killed and five were wounded from a suicide car bomb attack. Islamic state militants named the attacker as Oweis al-Adani. This is the latest in a string of ISIS suicide bombings in Yemen.
WWII "comfort women" sex slaves speak outNews | February 1, 2016
Crime and Incident
Jan. 23, 2016
University Police responded to Stever House in response to reports of an intoxicated male. The Carnegie Mellon student was provided with medical attention and was issued a citation for underage drinking.News | February 1, 2016