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  • Pittsburgh Ecology: Red-tailed Hawk, Garlic Mustard

    This article is part of an ongoing series that discusses wildlife in the Pittsburgh region. Specimens in the accompanying photos are identified by the author, which may include the use of identification tool “iNaturalist.” As such, species identifications may not always be 100 percent accurate.

    SciTech | May 2, 2022
  • Video game headlines: Bethesda, 'The Stanley Parable,' 'Final Fantasy XVI'

    Bethesda in the news

    SciTech | May 2, 2022
  • CMU offers fewer admissions following high yield last year

    According to Dean of Admission Mike Steidel, Carnegie Mellon offered about 600 less admission spots compared to last year. This is the second year in a row that fewer admission spots have been offered than the prior year. The fall 2020 incoming class saw an increase of deferrals (up to 100-110 compared to the about 30 in regular years), causing admissions to offer less spots to the class of 2025+....

    News | May 2, 2022
  • Student Senate GBM recap: April 28

    On April 28, the AY21-22 Undergraduate Student Senate held their last meeting and the first meeting of the AY22-23 Senate. The meeting opened with a vote to extend student access to The New York Times. In March 2021, the Senate voted to allocate funds from the Media Fee to give campus-wide access to The New York Times. The Media Fee is currently $10/year paid only by undergraduates. The Senate was...

    News | May 2, 2022
  • CMU sports roundup: Track & field, softball

    Men’s Track and Field
    On April 30, members of the men’s track and field team traveled to Saint Francis University to compete in the Red Flash Open. Graduate student Bram Miller took first in the discus throw with a distance of 46.20 meters. Junior Bailey O’Malley placed sixth in both shot put and hammer throw, with marks of 15.15 meters and 46.67 meters, respectively. First-year Cody Breidenb...

    Sports | May 2, 2022

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