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Students show solidarity for Mizzou

Students from Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh joined a national conversation on race and campus politics when they gathered to show solidarity with University of Missouri students.

Greek ambassador speaks

Ambassador R. Nicholas Burns came to Carnegie Mellon to talk about “The Future of America’s National Security” last Tuesday.

Carnegie Mellon salutes, honors veterans

The event included remarks by ROTC Unit Commanding Officer Captain Jeff Coran, trustees Torrence Hunt Jr., Don Carter, and Jay Sukits, as well as a moment of remembrance, taps, and lowering the flag.

Innovation Palooza shows ingenuity in Rangos Ballroom

Leading figures in innovation gave lightning talks as part of Innovation Palooza last week, while students participated in the second ever Impact-a-Thon and saw demonstrations of innovation.

Tor accuses CMU

Tor alleges that the FBI paid $1 million dollars to Carnegie Mellon’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), part of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), for the research.

Allegheny County health inspector shuts down Tartan Express

The Tartan Express food truck at Legacy Plaza was stamped with a notice by the Allegheny Health Inspector for health code violations last Thursday.

Crime and Incident

This week on campus, a student's wallet was lost, but recovered by a police officer who found the false ID inside.

International news in brief

Isis attacks in Paris and Beirut leave nearly 200 dead and hundreds more wounded, and North Korea prepares to test a missile of the east coast.

Campus news in brief

CREATE Lab develops a web tool to simplify large data sets, and School of Architecture's Project RE_ encourages reuse.

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