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Town hall meetings during summer an empty gesture

Carnegie Mellon administrators fail to gather students' opinions at town hall meetings during summer since most are not in Pittsburgh.

Thistles & Thorns

At the close of every school year, The Tartan reassesses the year’s events. Here is a list of the people and happenings that deserve recognition.

SIO should be able to handle student traffic

The university should pursue a policy of maintaining clear, usable, well-built systems that can be relied on in all situations.

Students should voice opinions on JFC budget

A newspaper’s sole purpose is to service its community, much like what the Senate is supposed to be doing.

Digital voting registration could solve many issues

The paper based voter registration system is also the biggest cause of inefficiency in the system.

Retailer’s insensitivity is appalling

Urban Outfitters is receiving backlash over a controversial T-shirt design featuring a six-pointed star embroidered directly over the breast pocket.

Romney must focus on economy

Now that Mitt Romney is poised to run against President Barack Obama on Nov. 6, what must he do to win?

Person's Opinion

It’s the end of the spring semester, and for some people, their last at Carnegie Mellon. So we asked,
How do feel about the fact that you are/are not graduating?

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