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Classes canceled Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

A blizzard dumping up to two feet of snow shut down much of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon this weekend and into the week — with classes canceled both Monday and Tuesday.

Show your snow

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Student organizations to host Fair Trade Week

Carnegie Mellon’s Fair Trade Week is a small part of an ongoing movement to encourage the purchase and use of fair trade products on campus and throughout Pittsburgh.

Campus community creates ‘Fundreds’

The Fundred Dollar Bill Project to raise money in New Orleans is attracting a lot of local attention for its unconventional approach to fundraising and its unique blend of charity and art.

CyLab receives $20,000

Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab and Information Networking Institute (INI) has received a $20,000 grant from the Verizon Foundation.

Student designers re-imagine Oakmont’s historic Hulton bridge

Eight Carnegie Mellon students recently submitted a proposal to save the historic Hulton bridge in Oakmont, Pa.

Professor helps develop course on African-American literature

Recently, Carnegie Mellon assistant professor of English and literary and cultural studies Richard Purcell has helped to develop courses for Pittsburgh public schools.

Campus News in Brief

This semester, the School of Drama will showcase four new plays.

Stats Speaking

ast Sunday, Beyoncé won six Grammy Awards.

Lecture Previews

Project Olympus aims to create a climate, culture, and community that will enable talent and ideas to grow in the Pittsburgh region.

Crime and Incident

University Police received a report that a cigarette bin was on fire in front of Baker Hall.

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