Adam Tunnard News Editor

Class of 2021


  • Firearm ordinances in Pittsburgh City Council standing committee

    In response to the Tree of Life synagogue shooting last Oct., the Pittsburgh City Council along with Mayor Bill Peduto moved swiftly to propose an array of five new firearm regulations. Though these types of regulations are being considered across the country, some Pittsburgh residents worry the ordinances might not lead to proper enforcement.

    News | February 18, 2019
  • Crime and Incident

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Feb. 10, 2019
    Officers responded to Carnegie Mellon-leased property Webster Hall in response to reports of an intoxicated Carnegie Mellon student. The student was provided medical attention and no citations were issued due to alcohol amnesty.

    News | February 18, 2019
  • Crime and Incident

    Criminal Mischief
    Feb. 6, 2019
    Officers responded to Newell Simon Hall and made contact with a Carnegie Mellon student who stated their bicycle had been damaged while it was parked at a bicycle rack located outside the entrance to the third floor.

    News | February 11, 2019
  • Larry Pileggi named new ECE dean

    Last Thursday, it was announced that Dr. Larry Pileggi, longtime Carnegie Mellon researcher and professor, was going to be the new Dean of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, effective Mar. 2019.

    News | February 11, 2019
  • Army touts CMU AI Task Force’s potential to transform warfare

    The Army Futures Command, said General John Murray this past Friday, makes the Army like “a startup overseeing a merger.” Though Carnegie Mellon has its fair share of students working at startups, academics, politicians, and Army personnel gathered this past Friday to mark a collaboration that is perhaps even more familiar for the university — the Army AI Task Force represents only the most recent...

    News | February 4, 2019