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Election 2012: Record number of students vote in UC

A record-breaking number of Carnegie Mellon students showed up at the polls this year.

Fee raise partially approved

Undergraduate students have voted in favor of recommending an increase in their student activities fee, while graduate students have voted against the proposition.

Trustee charged with money laundering pleads not guilty

A former Carnegie Mellon trustee has been charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Carnegie Mellon teams dominated an ACM programming tournament, and CMU-Q hosted a comedy showdown.

Lecture Previews

David Rees Monday at 5:30 p.m. McConomy Auditorium Humorist David Rees will speak as part of the Activities Board lecture series. Rees is the author...

Statistically Speaking

The New York Times political blogger Nate Silver projected the outcome of this year's election, and when Florida’s electoral votes were decided, the accuracy of his predictions finally became clear.

Crime and Incident

This week's incidents include graffiti, several thefts, and a student huffing nitrous oxide cartridges.

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