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Bill Dietrich, CMU donor, dies from cancer

Dietrich, who recently announced a donation of $265 million to Carnegie Mellon, died this past Thursday from cancer at 73 years old.

Crime report reveals differences among campus, degree locations

Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh campus has faced more than 380 crimes since 2008, with 100 of them happening in 2010 alone.

Student government hosts week of events to improve transparency

Undergraduate Student Senate hosted “Student Senate Week,” a series of events aimed to increase visibility of Senate among students.

Geoffrey Burns dies in car crash, ECE department erects memorial

Geoffrey Burns, a sophomore ece major, died on Sept. 29 from a car accident. A memorial was held last Saturday at Burns’ high school.

School of Architecture students construct the future of the Fence

Second-year architecture students are currently building a substantial structure that is meant to act as a shelter at the Fence.

Annual Andy Awards honor staff

The 17th annual Andy Awards celebrated the achievements of the Carnegie Mellon staff in McConomy Auditorium last Friday.

Campus News in Brief

Traffic21 initiative develops app to solve parking delays and CMU professors Liskov and Klemmer receive Katayanagi awards.

Lecture Previews

Lectures on such topics as dark matter, artistic media projects, and the history of geoengineering will be held this week.

Crime and Incident

Crime highlights of the week include an incident of public urination and an attempted fight.

Statistically Speaking

Apple Inc. has developed and expanded a lot since Steve Jobs first founded it in his garage.

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