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CMU students arrested during G20 protests

On Sept. 26, several Carnegie Mellon students were arrested by Pittsburgh police and charged with disturbing the peace.

Students defend CulinArt employees

The changes that have been made to dining services have been obvious, but there may be things about the new company that students can’t see.

Computational biology department joins School of Computer Science

Carnegie Mellon has recently welcomed computational biology as an official department in the School of Computer Science.

Tuition: It costs more to get less

According to a recent study by the Delta Project, college tuition is on the rise and the amount of funding spent on instruction may be decreasing.

Crime and Incident

Two motor vehicle accidents happened mid-September in parking locations.

Lecture Previews

James Ferguson, chair of the department of anthropology at Stanford University, will talk about political and social issues in South Africa.

campus news in brief

Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama will perform John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath every day this week.

Taxi accident on Forbes Avenue

A car accident occurred on Forbes Avenue in front of the Fraternity Quadrangle a little bit before 5 p.m. Tuesday. At press time, no injuries had been reported.

Stats Speaking

Here are some statistics related to distracted driving.


In an issue published Sept. 28, a sports article was incorrectly credited to Jonas Altman-Kurosaki. The article was written by Allyson Koyen.

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