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Proposed speed bumps in Schenley Park create concern for Sweepstakes

Carnegie Mellon students have expressed concern about how speed bumps will affect the university’s Sweepstakes event.

Student group hosts two-day conference

This past weekend, Carnegie Mellon played host to the annual Asian Student Leadership Conference (ASLC).

Society of Women Engineers receives award and recognition

The Carnegie Mellon chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) received the gold award.

CulinArt initiates Pumpkin Olympics

Halloween may be officially over, but pumpkin season is still in full swing.

Campus News in Brief

Julie Downs has recently received a $7.4 million grant.

Lecture Previews

Amb. Jendayi Frazer will speak on the critical South Sudan and Abeyi referenda.

Crime and Incident

University Police responded to Stever House for a report of a suspicious person.

Statistically Speaking

Here are some statistics about the habit:

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