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Classes cancelled Monday due to winter weather

Pittsburgh remains covered by up to 24 inches of snow — a situation that has shut down roads, businesses, and most mass transit services, including all...

Student Government will vote on constitution changes, additions

The Undergraduate Student Senate and Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) will be voting on a number of changes to the student body constitution.

Steeltown Film Factory provides oulet for local talent

According to Carl Kurlander, producer of Saved By The Bell, “[Pittsburgh’s] greatest export isn’t steel; it’s talent.”

Student organizations collaborate, respond to Haitian crisis with fund-raisers, events

Carnegie Mellon students were encouraged by faculty, student government, and the many service organizations on campus to send whatever help they could to the millions of affected Haitians.

Savvides develops facial, iris recognition

The Carnegie Mellon Biometrics Lab, led by electrical and computer engineering research scientist Marios Savvides, is exploring ways to improve facial and iris recognition technology.

Lowry named honorable mention

The Carnegie Science Center announced its 2010 Carnegie Science Awards last Thursday.

Campus News in Brief

LTI translates Haitian Creole The Language Technologies Institute (LTI) has recently released its textual and spoken data on Haitian Creole, the most...

Stats Speaking

James Cameron's blockbuster Avatar did what many thought was impossible last Monday: It surpassed Titanic in the box office, becoming the highest-grossing...

Lecture Previews

Google Technical Lecture Today at 4:30 p.m. Gates Hillman Complex 6115 Johan Schalkwyk, a scientist at Google Inc., will give an overview of the new...

Crime and Incident

Noise Complaint Jan. 17, 2010 University Police responded to a noise complaint at Fairfax Apartments. Residents were told to keep it down. Suspicious...

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