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Carnegie Mellon’s Unite for Sight chapter raises money for India

Tens of pounds of spaghetti were in sight in the University Center on Friday as students raised money to improve the vision of poverty-stricken families around the world.

Ross Finman given scholarship for exploratory space research

Ross Finman was awarded a scholarship issued by the National Space Club that is given to a student interested in space-related science and engineering.

Hybrids could be more efficient

Not all hybrids are created equal, reported Carnegie Mellon researchers testing the efficiency of battery packs used to operate hybrid vehicles.

CMU police give crosswalk violators citations

Walk, don’t run, when crossing the street at Forbes and Morewood Avenues — and only if the white hand says go. Otherwise, you may be looking at citations...

Notes making money

Carnegie Mellon is one of the first schools to be selected to be a part of an online collaborative learning network called GradeGuru.

Campus News in Brief

Carnegie Mellon’s 2009 Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition, Upper Management, will be on view from March 20 through April 18 at the Miller Gallery.

Stats Speaking

The now-universal price of 99 cents per track will be replaced with the prices of 69 cents, 99 cents, and $1.29.

Crime and Incident

Suspicious Person March 14, 2009 at 9:37 a.m. An unknown male entered the Mudge House dormitory without being invited and was asking students for money.

Lecture preview

University Lecture Series — “Technologies of Surveillance: Tracking People as Economic Subjects”: Kenneth Lipartito will discuss surveillance technology.

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