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Kagame, Cohon announce Rwandan program

Rwandan President Paul Kagame and University President Jared Cohon announced the creation of a new Carnegie Mellon campus in Kigali, Rwanda.

Kagame's visit sparks protest, controversy

Last Friday, protesters gathered outside the UC to speak out against Carnegie Mellon's partnership with Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

Carnegie Mellon looks to build research, tech facilities in New York

The Coalition for Queens is reaching out to universities, including Carnegie Mellon, that want to build research facilities in New York.

Multicultural fair aims to promote diverse organizations on campus

Carnegie Mellon hosted the multicultural Late Night event, which promotes the various cultural clubs, last Friday.

Campus Design relocates playground as part of building restoration

Campus Design has been restoring Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall, which includes relocating the Children's School playground to Donner Ditch.

Campus News in Brief

CMU's School of Music celebrates its 100th anniversary and the Miller Gallery co-hosts the 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial.

Lecture Previews

Notable lectures include Annie Sprinkle, porn-star-turned-artist and sexologist, and Bill Peduto, chair of the Committee on Finance Law.

Crime and Incident

There were a few reports of underage drinking as well as one report of elevator entrapment.

Statistically Speaking

America's two pastimes, football season and election season, collided on Sept. 8.

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