Valene Mezmin Contributing Editor
CMU increases tuition by 3.2% for current students
To start off the 2016 spring semester, Carnegie Mellon students received an email notifying them that the tuition rates for the 2016-2017 academic year and beyond (until further notice) were recently approved by the Board of Trustees. It was announced that undergraduate tuition has been increased by 3.2 percent.News | January 25, 2016
International News In Brief
Five Dead in Canada School Shooting
Winnipeg – Five people were killed and two were injured in a mass shooting in La Loche community school in Canada. Mass shootings are rare in Canada due to their stricter gun laws when compared to those of the U.S. Police have taken the suspect into custody.
Israeli Groups Evict Jewish SettlersNews | January 25, 2016
Campus Crime & Incident Reports
Nov. 20, 2015
University police responded to the East Campus Garage after minor damage was inflicted upon a stationary vehicle after another vehicle drifted into it. University Police ensured that all proper information was shared between the two vehicle owners.
Nov. 29. 2015News | December 7, 2015
Pittsburgh Health Association holds free STI testing at CMU
Last Friday, free sexually transmitted infection (STI) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing was held in Rangos Ballroom for Carnegie Mellon University students. The event came days after World AIDS Day, which was last Tuesday, Dec. 1, adding to many events being held around the world to bolster the fight against AIDS.News | December 7, 2015
22nd annual CMU food drive comes to a close
Last Monday marked the end of Carnegie Mellon University’s 22nd annual Food Drive, an event that aims to help eliminate hunger in the Pittsburgh community.News | November 23, 2015