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Schools of Art, Architecture should work together

Sometimes, I take things to their extremes. I don’t just stay up late; I pull two all-nighters in a row.

Parents should use reaction to new host as a teaching opportunity

At Carnegie Mellon, “diversity” is a word that we hear all the time; some might even argue that we hear it too often.

Nine rules for appropriate university gym behavior

Last week, during a routine set of crunches in the UC gym, I was unsuspectingly assaulted by a fellow member of our campus community.

Suspensions show privacy losses

The night that the Steelers won their sixth Super Bowl is not likely to be one that many Pittsburgh students forget.

UAE government should not censor media

In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), maintaining the integrity of the press comes with a price.

Adding transparency to Oscars could attract viewers

The Oscars aired last Sunday with Hugh Jackman playing host, singer, dancer, and overall entertainer of the night.

CMU professor speaks to Senate, spreads influence

On Feb. 10, a professor of economics and finance and of engineering and public policy, Lester B. Lave, testified at a hearing of the U.S. Senate Committee.

Leadership Perspectives

This week, I’d like to talk about an initiative that Pooja and I have been working on — the StuGov Loop Bus.

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