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Service fair attracts students

Carnegie Mellon opened its doors to creating communities through volunteering and providing services that help benefit people all over Pittsburgh.

Dining exhibits new options

Free food was available throughout the University Center last Tuesday as the campus was presented with a Taste of the Tartans.

Hispanic community celebrates heritage

Hispanics across the nation will begin celebrating their rich variety of cultures this Tuesday for a month-long celebration from Sept. 15–Oct. 15.

Rewards program draws crowds

The Tartan Rewards Program is a new spirit initiative that will track student attendance at select intercollegiate events throughout the year and reward participants

Dorms compete for green title

House Wars have returned to Carnegie Mellon. Except this time, all dorms are in the mix and are competing to be the most carbon-efficient residence hall on campus

Campus News In Brief

Upcoming presentations to open complex, discuss starvation

Crime and Incident

Fire Alarm Aug. 24, 2009 University Police received a call for a fire alarm from Business Services. They found no sign of smoke or fire. Vandalism...

Lecture Preview

Title: World Poverty: Explanations and Responsibilities The Basics: As part of the Humanities Center Lecture Series for 2009–2010: Global Connections,...

Stats Speaking

President Obama has been pushing the health care issue very heavily. However, during his last weekly address, he stressed the urgency of health care reform...

Shweta's correction

In the last issue of Pillbox, published Aug. 31, the article titled “Informative art: Ideas to improve quality of life” wrongly spelled Hiromi Ozaki’s...

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