Brittany McCandless Staffwriter
News in Brief
Campus robbery in daylight
Last Monday, a Carnegie Mellon student reported that he was robbed in the University Center after using the ATM near Entropy.News | October 2, 2006
Madrid takes a stand against emaciation on the catwalk
Did you hear that? Models around the world just breathed a sigh of relief. And what a breath it was! Some haven’t breathed in years, because they’ve heard sucking in makes them look thinner.
Beginning last Monday, Madrid’s fashion week, Pasarela Cibeles, redefined fashion. As it turns out, emaciation is not part of the fall collection. It’s about time.Forum | September 25, 2006
Campus news in brief
readme withdraws issues due to controversial article
Last week, Activities Board’s weekly satire publication, readme, withdrew all its issues due to the content in its article “Carnegie Mellon Builds New Hauschwitz Dormitory.”
The article, which satirized Housing and Dining Services, made specific references to statistics and events of the Holocaust.News | September 25, 2006
Campus Conversation on FCEs to take place Wednesday
The Faculty Senate hopes campus democracy will shed some light on how students feel about their classes.
This Wednesday, the third installment of “Campus Conversations” will focus on Faculty Course Evaluations (FCEs) and how to improve the method of delivering them.News | September 18, 2006
Woman sues university for gender discrimination
Claiming both racial and gender discrimination, a former research scientist at Carnegie Mellon filed a federal lawsuit against the University on August 28.News | September 11, 2006