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Is your student loan worth it?

The total student loan debt in the United States is $950 billion, according to Bloomberg L.P., and the average student graduated last year with $25,250 in debt. How does Carnegie Mellon stack up?

OLR is useful to faculty, students

For Carnegie Mellon students, course registration week is one of the most stressful times in the school year. Registering for classes has a large impact on a student’s future.

CMU to expand to China

A university press release announced on Monday that Carnegie Mellon has formed an academic partnership with Sun Yat-sen University in China.

Professor wears turkey costume to benefit educational charity

Assistant teaching professor Tim Flaherty’s students were met with an unusual turn of events when they came into lecture last Friday: Their class was taught by a turkey.

University Store introduces new services

The Carnegie Mellon University Store has implemented new services which will make the purchase of textbooks more convenient for students.

Campus News in Brief

Wayne Fontana and Bill Peduto try to mitigate homelessness, and two Carnegie Mellon teams win a security competion.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include explanations of neutrinos, Doctors Without Borders, and the Mayan apocalypse.

Crime and Incident

The week's incidents included several thefts, a hit and run, an assault, and a suspicious person.

Statistically Speaking

As Pittsburgh enters its winter months, a significant number of students are coming down with some form of cold or flu.

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