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Local Marcellus Shale debate featured in film

The 2010 film Gasland was screened in McConomy last Tuesday, followed by a panel discussion.

Professor finalist for National Book Award

“Ladies and gentlemen, ghosts and children of the state, I am here because I could never get the hang of Time,” reads the first line of the first poem in Terrance Hayes’ latest work, Lighthead.

EPA recognizes Carnegie Mellon’s green power purchases

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently awarded Carnegie Mellon the 2010 Green Power Leadership Award.

Cohon elected chairman of the AAU Executive Committee

Carnegie Mellon President Jared Cohon has been elected chair of the Executive Committee of the Association of American Universities (AAU). Cohon, who...

Paper Clips illustrates Holocaust statistics

When student raised her hand to say, “Wait a minute, I can’t get my brain around 6 million, it’s too huge,” she had no idea that she was starting something powerful.

Campus News in Brief

Eleanor Wilson Stoltz, a 1945 Carnegie Tech, plans to share her student portfolio created almost 70 years ago.

Lecture Previews

The Human-Computer Interaction Seminar will host Sunny Consolve.

Crime and Incident

University Police stopped a vehicle that had been driving erratically on Forbes Avenue.

Statistically Speaking

Here are some statistics about the financial facets of Oct. 31:


Information regarding the lighting to be installed on Hunt Library was incorrect.

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