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Campus crime and incident reports
August 21, 2015
University Police responded to Porter Hall after a plant was taken unlawfully from the second floor. A Carnegie Mellon staff member told the police that the plant was taken between July 23 and August 3.
August 21, 2015News | August 31, 2015
How Things Work: Embalming
What happens to us after we die? Well, that’s a thorny question — one that has a lot of different answers, depending on who you ask.SciTech | August 31, 2015
CUC expands among other campus construction
Returning students will find a few things different about Carnegie Mellon when classes begin next week, in the midst of the busiest period of university expansion since its founding in 1900.
Last spring, the university began expanding the Jared L. Cohon University Center (CUC). The CUC, originally built in the mid-nineties and renamed after former university president Jared L. Cohon in March 201...News | August 24, 2015
Campus news in brief
CMU's UDream receives national recognition
Carnegie Mellon’s Urban Design Regional Employment Action for Minorities (UDream) has recently received national recognition. UDream is an 18-week intensive program offered over the summer and in the fall at Carnegie Mellon. The program gives minority students a hands-on taste of urban design, with the goal of keeping them in Pittsburgh.News | August 24, 2015
Campus Crime & Incident
August 7, 2015News | August 24, 2015