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Students fight sex trafficking

This semester a group of Carnegie Mellon students has gathered evidence that suggests sex slaves are being exploited in Pittsburgh.

Newspapers’ readership could be affected by new online fees

Carnegie Mellon students who do not purchase digital subscriptions of the NYT can still access up to 20 articles per month for free.

Continued Japan relief efforts color campus

The International Student Union (ISU) organized a series of soccer matches at Gesling Stadium to gather funds for the Japan disaster.

New organization eases tensions

The Beeler Street Association aims to increase safety, unify the residents, and relieve tension between residents and students.

Campus News in Brief

The was a conference centered around the black power movement and the annual Anti-Gravity Great Downhill race returns in time for carnival.

Lecture Previews

Lectures on new books and lectures given by former senators will occur this week.

Crime and Incident

A lot of thefts occurred this week, as well as the arrest of a thief.

Statistically Speaking

Spring Carnival is this weekend! This gives you the basic facts about carnival traditions.

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