Valene Mezmin Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2019


  • Campus news in brief

    Carnegie Mellon study suggests married people have increased health benefits

    A Carnegie Mellon study, published in Psychoneuroendocrinology, provides the first biological evidence that suggests married people are healthier than those who are single, divorced, or widowed.

    News | February 20, 2017
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    Artificial intelligence experts propose new regulations to be used on driverless cars

    Two artificial intelligence experts argue that current safety regulations for driverless cars are ill-equipped to ensure that these vehicles will perform in a safe and reliable manner. Their solution is to have regulations be performed for these vehicles in phases similar to the drug approval process.

    News | February 13, 2017
  • Crime and Incident

    Disorderly Conduct/Underage Drinking
    Feb. 2, 2017

    A University Security Officer observed two Carnegie Mellon students driving an FMS electric utility vehicle on Margaret Morrison Street. University Police Officers stopped the males and returned the vehicle to its rightful location. Criminal charges are pending in this incident.

    Theft of Food
    Feb. 3, 2017

    News | February 13, 2017
  • Carnegie Mellon students launch Refill, a mobile app used to order drinks

    For the 21 and over crowd, getting a drink at a bar on Friday or Saturday nights tends to be the norm to unwind after a long week. What first starts out as an effort to relax can quickly turn bothersome while dealing with long lines at crowded bars. To combat this problem, a group of Carnegie Mellon students have recently launched a mobile ordering app called Refill wh...

    News | February 13, 2017
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    Flu forecasting systems predict flu symptoms will peak in upcoming weeks

    A group of computer scientists and statisticians at Carnegie Mellon University have predicted that flu activity may be reaching its peak for the 2016-2017 season. This was deduced from models created by the Stat and Delphi flu forecasting systems developed by the Delphi research group at Carnegie Mellon.

    News | January 30, 2017

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