Student government candidates defend platforms in debates
With student government elections open now open, the candidates for the four major positions participated in debates last week.
1000plus gives opportunities for service
At 9 a.m. on Saturday morning, a crew of people wearing orange reflective vests could be seen sweeping Craig Street — it was a group of Carnegie Mellon students taking part in 1000plus.
Intel and CMU work together on IDeATe
As he sat in his office on the lower level of Carnegie Mellon’s Margaret Morrison Hall, Daragh Byrne’s excitement over the IDeATe program was evident.
Campus news in brief
University administration announced in a campus-wide email last Monday that the University Center (UC), will be named after president emeritus Jared Cohon.
Campus crime and incident
This week, University Police responded to several incidents of underage drinking and the theft of a bicycle.
Student senate meeting minutes
This week, Senate discussed this year's Student Government elections and allocated $40,000 to WRCT.