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Bagel Factory provides cheap, good food

The Bagel Factory, located on the intersection of Forbes Avenue and Craig Street, is a relatively new destination for college students weary of campus...

Students share coming out stories on the Cut

Every year on National Coming Out Day, Carnegie Mellon’s ALLIES, an LGBT support group, hosts “Coming Out at the Fence.”

Campus farmer’s market venture proves fruitful

CMU Garden and CulinArt, two organizations that focus on food and marketing, have teamed up to host a farmer’s market on campus.

Media’s effect on the brain

Journalist Brooke Gladstone, the managing editor of National Public Radio’s On The Media, discussed the subconscious influence that media have on human decision-making processes last Monday.

Ambassador laments loss of ‘last great Senate’

Former General Counsel and Ambassador for the Clinton administration Ira Shapiro delivered a lecture last Wednesday that compared the Senates of the past 30 years to the current Senate.

Blum shares Turing legacy

Lenore Blum, a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, recently presented a School of Computer Science Special Talk Lecture.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Carnegie Mellon students developed a biosensor, and the School of Computer Science will soon offer a robotics major to undergraduates.

Lecture Previews

This week's talks include lectures by Google's Director of Research, Peter Norvig, and United States Military Academy professor Kori Schake.

Statistically Speaking

Last week Nobel Prizes were awarded in physics, chemistry, peace, and physiology or medicine.

Crime and Incident

This week's incidents include a theft, credit card fraud, and several cases of alcohol amnesty.

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