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New students find home at Residence

The latest addition to the Oakland community, the Residence has been favorably received for its “spaciousness, newness, and welcoming atmosphere.”

Obama discusses innovation, economy

President Barack Obama came to Carnegie Mellon on June 2 as the most recent in a series of notable political visitors.

No Waste Dinner teaches first-years to consider environmental sustainability

First-years were acclimated to the university’s environmental sustainability movement when a No Waste Dinner was held in Wiegand Gym.

Dozen Bake Shop moves to Craig Street

A branch of the Dozen Bake Shop has opened on South Craig Street in Oakland.

Campus News in Brief

The university’s leadership receives a term extension and the office of dean of Student Affairs is filled.

Lecture Previews

Computer science professor Jim Morris will speak about "Thinking Outside the Phone" this Wednesday.

Statistically Speaking

This year’s first-year class, the Class of 2014+, is not only the largest class to arrive on campus, it is also one of the most unique.

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