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Amnesty and SIFE work together

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) estimates that over 1 billion people worldwide have little or no access to safe, clean water.

Cohon yet to sign PCC

Cohon has recently received criticism for his failure to join over 600 of his peers in signing what has become a highly publicized and scrutinized document: the Presidents Climate Compact (PCC).

Idea Competition inspires entrepreneurs

Carngie Mellon’s Project Build Your Own Business, which is part of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), sponsored the Build Your Own Business (BYOB) Idea Competition on Dec. 3, 2008.

LGBT rights threatened

The issue of gay rights has been the subject of debate for several decades and has spun off into different arenas including marriage and the military.

Sonya Barclay remembered by colleagues

Sonya Barclay, a recent Ph.D. graduate from Carnegie Mellon, died of cancer Dec. 25 at Presbyterian Hospital. Barclay, 49, received her Ph.D. in history last spring.

Rights to student information altered

Students are coming back to Carnegie Mellon from winter break in a new year and with new Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations.

Campus News in Brief

Dr. King Jr. celebrations today and Professor's clean energy plan

Lecture Preview

Take a look at the lectures for this coming week

Statistically Speaking

Here are some statistics about how America feels about Barack Obama.

Crime and Incident

Take a look at the crime report from this past week.

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