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Obama visits Carnegie Mellon to discuss education, environment

President Barack Obama addressed an invitation-only audience in Carnegie Mellon’s Wiegand Gymnasium on Wednesday, June 2.

Gina Casalegno announces Student Affairs candidacy; fifth town hall held

In response to Casalegno's recent dean of Student Affairs candidacy, a fifth town hall meeting was held Tuesday, May 25.

PostSecret creator Frank Warren reveals own secrets

Frank Warren, creator and curator of the PostSecret project, spoke to several hundred students and community members on Monday, April 26 in Wiegand Gym.

Indira Nair retires, ending esteemed 32-year tenure

Indira Nair will be retiring from her position as vice provost for education after 32 years of service at Carnegie Mellon.

Ian Rawson to speak at commencement

After much anticipation, the 2010 commencement speaker was announced last Friday. Ian Rawson, the managing director of Haiti’s Hôpital Albert Schweitzer, will give the keynote address.

Student projects improve campus landscape

For the 23rd year Larry Cartwright's Design and Construction course is working to improve the campus landscape.

Search for dean of Student Affairs continues

Carnegie Mellon is in the process of searching for a new dean of Student Affairs, working with executive search firm Isaacson, Miller.

Pittsburgh welcomes regional conference

Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh co-hosted the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS) Northeast Regional Conference this past weekend.

Lecture Previews

The School of Art presents Janine Antoni, who blurs the distinction between performance art and sculpture.

Campus News in Brief

This year, Carnegie Mellon purchased almost 87 million kilowatt-hours of green power.

Stats Speaking

This past week, a new record was set for the Boston Marathon.

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