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A defaced Fence raises questions of stereotyping and student relations

This past week, we were dismayed to see the Fence painted with University of Pittsburgh colors and statements such as “Go Panthers” and “CMU sucks.”

Carnegie Mellon students leave a need for Japan fundraising unfulfilled

Carnegie Mellon’s response to the current crisis in Japan has been minimal at best.

With nuclear disaster in Japan, green energy advocates have important opportunity

With thousands of lives lost during the earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan, onlookers are still trying to get a grasp on what dangers lie ahead.

Professor fired from JFK University for expressing herself in burlesque

Sheila Addison was a professor at JFK University who also performed as a dancer in a burlesque show and was fired by the university for “public disrespect, contempt and ridicule to the university."

The price of an education

An unprecedented event has taken place — the University of the South (Sewanee), a liberal arts college in rural Tennessee, has decided to cut tuition for next semester by a staggering 10 percent.

Quality online news comes with a pricetag

The New York Times has announced a new web billing plan.

Alexandra Wallace’s YouTube video elicits strong campus response

Wallace erred by crossing the line into jerk territory, incorporating willful ignorance and condescension into her grievances. Her tsunami comment is so mindblowing that it merits its own article.

A Person's Opinion

A recent study indicated a 5 percent increase in abstinence among young adults. Do students at CMU think abstinence is realistic?

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