Brent Heard Contributing Editor

Class of 2015


  • Senate Minutes

    Elections board

    Five members of the Undergraduate Student Senate along with Graduate School Assembly representatives were elected as chairs of the elections board. These individuals will oversee the student body elections process. This board will have support from people specializing in technology as well as in the relevant rules and regulations.

    News | February 18, 2013
  • Campus Crime & Incident Reports

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Feb. 9, 2013

    University Police were called to Hamerschlag House to respond to a female heard screaming from inside a room. Upon arrival, officers located an intoxicated female in her boyfriend’s room. She was treated and left in her boyfriend’s care. Alcohol Amnesty was applied to this incident.

    Underage Drinking
    Feb. 9, 2013

    News | February 18, 2013
  • Student Senate Meeting Minutes

    Academic Affairs
    Potential academic developments include an early course evaluation available for students before the end of the semester, as well as the possibility of a new machine room that could benefit students in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, and Robotics Club. A proposed undergraduate and graduate networking event was also discussed.

    News | February 11, 2013
  • Crime & Incident


    Feb. 1, 2013

    University Police were summoned to the E&S Library to take a theft report. A student left his backpack unattended in the E&S Library for approximately 15 minutes, around the time of 1:35 p.m. When the student returned from getting food he found that his MacBook Pro laptop and LED Monitor were missing from his backpack. University Police are investigating this incident.

    News | February 11, 2013
  • Corrections

    The article "Reports reveal allocation of university spending" (News, Feb. 4) misstated that the number of Carnegie Mellon employees is 12,539. It should be clarified that this figure includes university contractors. Additionally, the data on the National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, and Carnegie Mellon's total operating expenses were misstated. They should be $75,536,000, $71,220,00...

    News | February 11, 2013