Author, CMU alumnus Jeffrey Zaslow dies in car crash
Jeffrey Zaslow died on Friday at the age of 53 from injuries he suffered in a car crash in northern Michigan. Zaslow was a Wall Street Journal columnist, best-selling author of The Last Lecture, and Carnegie Mellon alumnus (HS'80). While on campus he was a member of fraternity Pi Lambda Phi and editor-in-chief of The Tartan.News | February 6, 2012
Campus News in Brief
Gates, Hillman buildings awarded LEED certification
The Gates Hillman Complex was awarded gold-level LEED certification last Friday. Established by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the LEED certification awards recognize buildings that incorporate a variety of sustainable strategies under strict standards for energy use, lighting, and water and material use.News | December 5, 2011
Crime and Incident
Nov. 17, 2011
A female student reported to University Police officers that her Android cell phone was stolen from a shelf while she was working out in the weight room of the University Center. She did not see anyone in the area where the cell phone was being kept. The case is under investigation.
Nov. 20, 2011News | December 5, 2011
Catching Ghost Particles in Oil and Plastic: The NOvA Experiment
Monday at 3 p.m.
Allen Hall 318, University of Pittsburgh
Luke Corwin, a post-doctorate fellow at Indiana University, will present and discuss his recent research in the field of neutrinos and particle physics, emphasizing the NOvA experiment.News | November 21, 2011
Crime and Incident
Nov. 10, 2011
Carnegie Mellon police took a report of a stolen blue, seven-speed, BMX-style bicycle that was taken between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. in front of Shirley Apartments. The bicycle had been secured to a parking meter with a cable lock. The brand and serial number of the bicycle were unknown.
Nov. 11, 2011News | November 21, 2011