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Student Government Elections bring fresh ideas to student body

With student government elections right around the corner, we've compiled information about the candidates to help better inform student voters.

Feminism permeates through religions and cultures

Ever since it made its debut in feminist scholarship, the term “Islamic feminism” has been the topic of intense debate and scrutiny.

1000plus serves Pgh. area

Next Saturday marks the second annual Carnegie Mellon day of service, 1000plus, where students can give back to the greater campus community through a plethora of service activities.

E-shopping is greener

A new study by Carnegie Mellon’s Green Design Institute can make students feel better about how their online purchases affect greenhouse gas emissions.

Cornell, PSU drop sweatshops

Cornell University and Penn State University (PSU) recently added their names to the growing list of universities that have severed ties with Russell Athletics.

Tartans address Middle East relationships

Journalist Zvika Krieger spoke on campus about the expansion of American universities into the Gulf region, including trendsetter Carnegie Mellon Qatar.

Campus News in Brief

Carnegie Mellon's School of Music will host two guest artists from Boston's New England Conservatory next week; a professor wins the Autonomous Agents Research Award.

Stats Speaking

In light of Natasha Richardson’s recent death, we thought it was important to share some statistics on the tragic causes of traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Crime and Incident

March 4, 2009
at 12:57 a.m. A student reported a bag stolen that was last seen in the University Center. The case is under investigation.

Lecture Previews

Title: University Lecture Series — Yossi Klein Halevi: Yossi Klein Halevi will discuss the role of religion and culture in resolving conflict.


Michael Chuang was mistakeningly identified as a Ph.D. student in chemical and computer engineering. Chuang is actually a Ph.D. student in electrical and computer engineering.

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