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Flittner survives impeachment hearing

Jake Flittner remains student body president after Thursday evening's joint Undergraduate Student Senate and Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) meeting.

TEDx brings luminaries to campus

TEDxCMU presented at Carnegie Mellon for the third year in a row this past Sunday in McConomy Auditorium.

Evacuation smooth after bomb threat

Police officers and employees in the buildings evacuated during a bomb threat have different perspectives on how smoothly the sweep went.

ETC, 31st Street Studios team up

The Entertainment Technology Center has announced a partnership with 31st Street Studios, Paramount on Location, and Knight Vision Studios.

Senate unanimously moves to impeach SBP

The Undergraduate Student Senate voted at its meeting Thursday night to hold impeachment proceedings against the Student Body President.

Class registration system to move from OLR to SIO

Online Registration (OLR) will be replaced by new registration features on Student Information Online (SIO) this March.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Kiron Skinner was appointed to another position in the Gingrich campaign, and professor Stephen Fienberg was given an NSF grant.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include Ambassador Elizabeth Jones and the Dickinson Award presentation lecture.

Crime and Incident

This week's incidents include a fire alarm in the Hunt Library elevator and two suspicious persons outside of Margaret Morrison.

Statistically Speaking

With only one week left until spring break, many Carnegie Mellon students are pulling all-nighters to cram for exams and complete projects.

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