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Campus mourns death of former student, Matthew Tembo

Carnegie Mellon lost one of its former students, Matthew Tembo, on March 6.

Chickens found on campus; police investigate foul play

Over the past week, nine chickens were found across campus.

Health care reform moves forward

After over a full year of health care debate, the House of Representatives passed the Senate's version of health care reform late Sunday night, 219–212.

Students develop One Laptop per Child initiative in Rwanda

Carnegie Mellon students have collaborated to spread educational opportunities from the Pittsburgh and Qatar campuses, across the globe, to Rwanda.

President Jared Cohon Speaks to CMU Student Senate

Jared L. Cohon, the president of Carnegie Mellon University, gave a speech at the Carnegie Mellon Student Senate meeting last Thursday.

Asbestos affects repairs in Margaret Morrison stairwells

According to Carnegie Mellon Environmental Health and Safety (EHS), all of the hard plaster in Margaret Morrison is considered to be contaminated with asbestos.

Eight students spend spring break in Qatar with IMPAQT program

Eight Carnegie Mellon students experienced life on our Qatar sister campus this spring break.

Campus News in Brief

This Friday is the deadline for city and county governments to submit proposals for the new Google high-speed network.

Crime and Incident

University Police responded to an alarm at the University Technology Development Center. The alarm was reported to be caused by a burnt Pop-Tart.

Lecture Previews

Craig and Barbara Barrett will speak of the role of globalization in the world today.

Stats Speaking

Carlos Slim Helú overtook Bill Gates, claiming the title as the richest man in the entire world.

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