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Suu Kyi’s recent release deserves celebration, but not complacence

This past Saturday, the Burmese ruling military government released pro-democracy leader and Nobel laureate Daw Aung Sang Suu Kyi from house arrest.

SF healthy meal rules parallel smoking regulations

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted last week to enact “Healthy Meal Legislation,” which restricts toys with any purchased meal.

‘Brag a little’ a poor choice for Carnegie Mellon marketing campaign

As one of the top universities in the world, Carnegie Mellon has many things to be proud of.

Modern pirates need new response

Piracy has been increasingly problematic in recent years, particularly in the area around the Horn of Africa.

Community Opinions: Meal plans do not give good value

Campus meal plans are a waste of money.

Letter to the Editor

No matter what you believe, and on what side of the political divide you fall, don’t let defeat be part of your vocabulary.

University’s global expansion should take past failures into account

India has become Carnegie Mellon’s latest target for global expansion.

A Person's Opinion

The Robotics Institute is doing research on cars that can fly themselves. So we asked, what’s your favorite real, fictional, or made-up-on-the-spot mode of transportation?

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