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Playpower offers video games, skills to youth internationally

Eight-bit games are making a comeback for educational purposes in developing countries through the work of Ph.D. student Derek Lomas and his organization, Playpower.

Tuition to rise 2.98% next year

Carnegie Mellon has recently announced one of its lowest tuition increases in decades.

Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon pursue high-speed Internet

On Feb. 10, web giant Google outlined its plans to offer ultra-high-speed broadband Internet services to a select few locations across the nation.

MOSAIC discusses social basis for gender

Carnegie Mellon’s 14th annual community-wide gender conference, MOSAIC, will be held on Sunday, Feb. 28.

CNN’s Steve Perry to speak at Carnegie Mellon’s Black History Month celebration

Perry has been revolutionizing education in America and is particularly influential in the African American community.

Secretary Hillary Clinton visits Qatar campus

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Carnegie Mellon’s campus in Qatar’s Education City last week.

Campus News in Brief

Carnegie Mellon’s English department and the Victor E. Bearg Scholars in Humanities and Sciences Speaker Series will host award-winning nonfiction and science writer Rebecca Skloot.

Stats Speaking

Last Friday evening, the world was invited to Vancouver for the opening ceremony of the 21st Winter Olympics.

Crime and Incident

An unknown person broke a window at the Tepper School of Business with a baseball glove.

Lecture Previews

Research has proven that autonomous motivation has positive consequences for heuristic performance as well as psychological well-being.

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