Sabrina Porter Contributing Editor
In three days, booths, buggies, concerts, and comedians will take over Midway, the Cut, Schenley Park, and all around campus as Spring Carnival 2008 takes the stage. The celebration of Carnival has a long history at the university. It began back in 1914 as “May Day,” a one-day event celebrating school spirit, and has expanded to become all that it is today. Here is a look at the history of Carniva...News | April 14, 2008
Student debates lead into today’s Senate elections
The student government elections at Carnegie Mellon began yesterday and will continue through Tuesday at 6 p.m.News | April 7, 2008
Campus questions meal plans
The fate of Carnegie Mellon dining is fixed, for the next academic year at least. While the university has chosen to renew its contract with Parkhurst Dining Services, the possibility of dining changes as early as next spring semester was the topic of choice at Thursday’s Senate Spotlight Series.News | April 7, 2008
Crime and Incident
March 28, 2008
at 3:21 a.m.
A student reported his bookbag missing from the entranceway to Resnik Hall. He had left it unattended for an hour before realizing it was missing.
March 28, 2008
at 3:51 p.m.News | April 7, 2008
Online update: Student Senate election results
Students have voted, and the fate of next year’s Student Senate has been decided. The elections revealed a close race for the representatives from each college, yet clear winners in the race for student body president (SBP), student body vice president (SBVP), and student body vice president of finance (SBVP).News | April 7, 2008