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Meal plans may not offer value

It’s a new week, and for many students this means a new quota of blocks to use up before Oct. 16.

Pilot provides at-home cluster access

Pulling an all-nighter in the cluster may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a new initiative by Computing Services.

New H&SS course recognizes significant banned, restricted books

One group of students is recognizing banned books all semester long through a new course.

Community supports cancer research at annual Relay for Life event

Last week's Relay for Life event invited the campus community to join together to support the American Cancer Society.

Sorority uses ninja game to raise awareness of domestic violence

Given the chance to be ninjas for a day, students across campus participated in a giant game of “Ultimate Ninja.”

Campus News in Brief

The Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT) has created a new master’s degree program.

Crime and Incident

Police received reports that four white males were knocking over mailboxes near Forbes Avenue and Beeler Street.

Lecture Previews

The STUDIO for Creative Inquiry will present Jer Thorp, a major figure in computational design.

Statistically Speaking

Quadruple amputee Philippe Croizon swam the English Channel on Sept. 18.

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