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Campus seeks solutions to Pittsburgh transit troubles

Campus community members met to discuss options amid a funding crisis that has the Port Authority proposing a 35 percent service cut.

Local journalists debate new media

A diverse group of people with careers in media held a discussion called “New Media/News Media” in the Steinberg Auditorium last Wednesday.

Dorms compete to conserve energy

Carnegie Mellon is participating in the three-week Campus Conservation Nationals (CCN) competition from Feb. 6 to Feb. 27.

Insider trader tells students his story

A man convicted of insider trading warned Tepper students in a video conference on Tuesday not to make the same mistakes he did.

Campus News in Brief

This week's news includes a new grant to CIT to research transportation and a study which says that some turbines are at risk of hurricanes.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include an architect speaking on digital design and the founder and CEO of SecondMarket.

Crime and Incident

This week's incidents included a noise complaint in Fairfax Apartments and two instances of defiant trespassing.

Statistically Speaking

As this year’s newest line of smartphones and tablets hits the shelves, customers may be surprised to see a trend towards larger devices.

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