Aliesha Jones News Editor
Despite the dismal recession, this Halloween season has consumers freaking out over what costumes to buy and what skeletons to hang about at their parties. Kiddie costumes have fallen behind in leading sales as adults are flocking to the stores to buy the latest slutty French maid costume or the funniest celebrity mask. Here are more statistics about the Halloween shopping frenzy:News | October 26, 2009
Great Decisions Webcast: Global Food
Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m.
Giant Eagle Auditorium (Baker Hall A51)News | October 26, 2009
Crime and Incident
We apologize for a lack of relevant crime and incident reports. Campus Police is working on a new program for their reporting, but in honor of Homecoming Weekend we have compiled some former reports.
Jan. 18, 2009
Members of the Mudge House community reported a loud banging noise in the dormitory.
Jan. 18, 2009News | October 26, 2009
Title: Listening to Students: Using Survey Data to Improve the Student Experience
The Basics: This lecture will focus on how Carnegie Mellon utilizes student survey responses to understand students’ experiences.News | October 12, 2009
This past weekend, President Obama gave a speech to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender lobbying group and political action committee in the United States. While some critics viewed the speech as nothing more than recycled campaign promises, the HRC praised Obama and deemed him as their “strongest ally in this fight.” Here are some statistics about ...News | October 12, 2009