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Obama, Romney throw down in presidential debate

With Election Day less than a month away, candidates are making a hard push to sway voters and inform constituents of their platforms.

Diwali/Eid transforms gym

The Mayur South Asian Student Alliance (Mayur SASA), along with the Muslim Student Alliance and OM, celebrated both Diwali, a Hindu holiday, and Eid al-Adha, a Muslim holiday, on Thursday.

Alumni return for awards

Since 1950, the Alumni Association has organized the annual Alumni Awards ceremony to honor the contributions of distinguished graduates, faculty, and students.

Foreign policy is friendship

General Stanley McChrystal focused on relationships in terms of achieving strategic objectives during his lecture at Carnegie Mellon last Friday.

Project Olympus start-ups gather for show-and-tell event

About 200 people gathered for Project Olympus's annual show-and-tell presentation on Thursday in Rashid Auditorium.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Carnegie Mellon researchers received a grant to preserve executable content, and a CMU Silicon Valley professor was granted a Distinguished Educator award.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include talks by journalist Brooke Gladstone and computer scientist Lenore Blum.

Crime and Incident

This week's incidents include several thefts, an assault, and a smoking elevator.

Statistically Speaking

On Monday, Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson blocked efforts to enforce a voter ID law in the upcoming election.

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