Madelyn Glymour Contributing Editor

Class of 2013


  • ALLIES breaks the silence by raising LGBT awareness

    ALLIES observed the National Day of Silence in the University Center last Tuesday. The Day of Silence is sponsored nationally by the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and was officially observed this year on April 15. Carnegie Mellon observed the Day of Silence later than the official date, which fell during Carnival.

    News | April 25, 2011
  • Michael Murphy discusses plans for tuition

    Carnegie Mellon will raise tuition by 4 percent for incoming students and 3 percent for returning students for the Fall 2011 semester. Housing and dining rates will also be increased by 3.97 percent and 2.47 percent, respectively. The total cost of attendance is expected to rise by 4.24 percent for new students and 3.45 percent for current students.

    News | April 18, 2011
  • Lecture Previews

    Bill Shore Lecture

    Tuesday, April 12 at noon

    Hamburg Hall 1000

    Pittsburgh native Bill Shore will discuss his newest book, The Imaginations of Unreasonable Men: Inspiration, Vision, and Purpose in the Quest to End Malaria.

    Shore is the founder of Share Our Strength, a nonprofit organization seeking to end childhood hunger in America.

    News | April 11, 2011
  • TEDxCMU event showcases innovations and technologies

    TEDxCMU’s 2011 conference was held in McConomy Auditorium Sunday. TEDx, which stands for “independently organized TED event,” is an offshoot of the Technology, Entertainment, and Design conference (TED) series. TED brings together speakers on a wide variety of topics to give lectures, which are available for free online. TEDx events gather speakers on a local level and are organized by individual ...

    News | April 4, 2011
  • President Cohon’s open forum improves communication

    Carnegie Mellon President Jared Cohon gave an address on the state of the university last Friday. The event, which was organized by the Staff Council, was an open forum intended to respond to staff concerns. Prior to the address, staff members submitted questions and comments, and Cohon chose his talking points from the submissions. After Cohon’s address, the forum was opened to the audience.

    News | March 28, 2011

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