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Slate bridges freedom struggles across nations

Members of the Carnegie Mellon community engaged in discussion last Friday during Nico Slate’s lecture on the connection between the freedom struggle of South Asians and African-Americans.

Lecture lays out election lessons

Hoover Institute fellow and Stanford political science professor Morris Fiorina used statistics last Tuesday to explain the growing partisanship in American politics.

Far from home: International education on rise

Despite the high costs of a U.S. education, more international students are enrolling at North American colleges.

Students weigh in on CulinArt nutritional facts

When you order a hamburger from City Grill, pizza from Skibo Café, or pasta from The Exchange, do you know what’s in your food?

Taza 21 offers Middle Eastern cuisine, warm atmosphere

While Chinese and Japanese dining choices have made their way into campus eateries, the spicy, aromatic charms of kebabs, döner, and other Middle Eastern...

Campus News in Brief

This week, the School of Art is unveiling a new queer-themed online show, and a physics professor was awarded the Condensed Matter Prize.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include talks by the CEO of an internet-analytics company and the director of Chatham University's Rachel Carson Institute.

Crime & Incident

This week's incidents include several thefts and an underage drinking charge.

Statistically Speaking

Hostess — the company behind such snacks as Twinkies, Ho Hos, Sno Balls, and Wonderbread — declared bankruptcy last Friday.

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