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Zuckerberg visits CMU, answers questions from students, faculty

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, visited Carnegie Mellon as part of his East Coast recruiting tour.

Joe Biden speaks at Pitt on student loan debt

Joe Biden told a crowd of University of Pittsburgh students on Friday that the government must ease the burden of debt on college students.

Campus anticipates Mark Zuckerberg's first CMU appearance

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will visit Carnegie Mellon for the first time this Tuesday.

'Cans Across the Cut' cuts down local hunger

Carnegie Mellon’s 18th annual food drive is being held across campus from Oct. 31 to Nov. 11.

Forum held on offensive speaker

A motivational speaker allegedly made derogatory and false remarks when talking to the Greeks about alcohol poisoning and alcohol education.

Students hold hands to stop pipeline construction in rally

The Tar Sands Action organization held “Hands Around the White House,” a protest against a pipeline extension, on Nov. 6 at the White House.

Refugee discusses personal story as part of StuCo class

Freelance writer and translator Ashok Gurung delivered a speech at Carnegie Mellon last Thursday regarding his life as a Bhutanese refugee.

Physicist says seed patents wrong

Eco-feminist and physicist Vandana Shiva discussed biopiracy with students and faculty in the University Center last Thursday.

Campus News in Brief

An associate professor was chosen to serve on the Steering Committee and researchers find that online privacy tools are unusable.

Lecture Previews

Lectures ranging from engineering to political art will be presented this week.

Crime and Incident

Students tried to sell nachos in the UC without permission and one student put a banana into the card reader of the Sigma Chi house.

Statistically Speaking

Mark Zuckerberg will be on campus on Tuesday. Here are some basic statistics on his claim to fame.

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