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Arts Greenhouse helps students create music

This Thursday beats will be dropped in the UC as several Carnegie Mellon student organizations pool their talents to put on a benefit concert called “Rebirth.”

Get In Line games provide research data

Get In Line, a student-sponsored project, used Carnival to test a series of gameplay experiences for people waiting in last weekend’s most daunting lines and crowds.

Adult film ban incites conflict between Univ. of Md. students, administration

Students at the University of Maryland planned a screening of the adult film Pirates II: Stagnetti’s Revenge until Maryland state senators threatened to pull funding for the university.

Search for a Scottie Cheer

Two Carnegie Mellon students, Jarrett Adams and Kush Mangal, have come up with the idea of organizing a competition for the best “Scottie cheer.”

Crime and Incident

A Carnegie Mellon student reported his wallet and cell phone stolen. These items were originally inside his pants pocket in the University Center locker room.

Stats Speaking

With the season changing rapidly to warmer weather, many allergy sufferers are feeling the familiar tickle in their throats as coughing and sneezing season approaches.

Campus News in Brief

Carnegie Mellon University brings Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google Inc., and Bill Gates to Pittsburgh and Qatar campuses, respectively.

Lecture preview

On Monday, Alexander and Helen Astin will discuss the results of their research on the spiritual development of college students.

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