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Carnival comedy show fails to respect Carnegie Mellon’s values of diversity and tolerance

Carnegie Mellon prizes diversity as one of its central values. Speakers, comedians, and other guests who we pay to have come to our campus should be aware of those values.

Increasing college debts should motivate students to make most of expensive education

Last year, for the first time in history, the nation’s student debt surpassed credit card debt, breaking the $3 trillion mark.

Academic apathy pervades student life

It’s that feeling that motivates you to BS your way through an assignment, to skip a class because perfect attendance is not required, or to procrastinate without much guilt.

Stark differences in collegiate professors’ salaries reflect real-world economic demands

Within each university, however, professors from different disciplines receive widely varying salaries.

Kyl throws away dignity with absurd statement

“There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” This quote is often attributed to Mark Twain, but it has taken on new meaning in the last few weeks.

Ikea gets cheap U.S. labor

The fact of the matter is that Americans are not used to being treated like Mexicans.

A Person's Opinion

Carnival was this past weekend. So we asked, "What is your favorite under-appreciated Carnival event?"

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