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Washington Semester Program accepting applications for 2011

The Washington Semester Program at Carnegie Mellon provides a chance to study for a semester in Washington, D.C.

C@CM course syllabus revised

The university-wide required course, Computing at Carnegie Mellon, is now offered in a hybrid form online through the Open Learning Initiative (OLI).

Carrie Furnaces preserve Pittsburgh’s steel legacy

A new project undertaken by the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area allows visitors and Pittsburgh natives alike to see a remnant of Pittsburgh’s glory days.

Toy Story 3-themed game created by alumnus at Schell Games

Pittsburgh-based Schell Games has developed a Toy Story 3 video game for Disney.

Campus News in Brief

Christopher Bettinger is currently working to develop new biomaterials for biomedical applications.

Lecture Previews

Robert Cavalier will give an address titled "Toward a More Deliberative Democracy" in honor of Constitution Day.

Statistically Speaking

Spanning decades and winning dozens of awards, here are some numbers about some of Broadway’s most successful plays:

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