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Obama announces manufacturing initiative at CMU visit

President Barack Obama spoke Friday morning at Carnegie Mellon's National Robotics Engineering Center.

Fence damaged, vandalized; students gather in support

The Fence was the subject of vandalism again on Wednesday, June 22, as paint layers were sawed away.

New startup aims to find perfect shoe size

Shoefitr, an online shoe-fitting startup created by three Carnegie Mellon alumni, uses 3-D technology to find your perfect size.

ALLIES breaks the silence by raising LGBT awareness

ALLIES observed the National Day of Silence last Tuesday. Students placed tape over their mouths in honor of the LGBT community. applet makes ratings personal

By visiting the website, a student can sign up and use the applet. It shows what rating your friends gave to a restaurant or movie.

Sigma Alpha Iota introduces its first annual beauty pageant

Mr. Beaux Arts 2011 is the College of Fine Arts' version of a male beauty pageant; donations from the audience went to a music philanthropy.

Campus News in Brief

School of Engineering celebrates Earth Day with birds and innovative bikes; a panel discusses women's increasing roles in leadership.

Lecture Previews

Lectures on women, Arab revolutions, and quantum computing will be held throughout the week.

Crime and Incident

Many students were found to be intoxicated this week and needed medical treatment. An intoxicated male also disrupted the Carnival concert with disorderly conduct.

Statistically Speaking

Commencement weekend for Carnegie Mellon's graduating class will be held in three weeks.

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