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Laundry change angers Intersection residents

Students living in Margaret Morrison, Roselawn, and Woodlawn Apartments — the housing area known as the Intersection — are upset over an upheaval in their laundry service.

Students advertise at CMU

Several companies are rolling out a new strategy for marketing on campus this semester: student ambassadors. Sony, Google, Microsoft, and Red Bull all have student representatives on campus.

CMU dining uses its noodle

This year, Carnegie Mellon’s Dining Services added five new venues and adjusted two existing venues. Creperie, Stackers, Nakama Express, Worlds of Flavor, and El Gallo de Oro are all new eateries.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include a talk by Amy Goodman, the host of Democracy Now!, and several computer scientists.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Mark Kamlet is participating in a World Economic Forum panel and Justine Cassell will officially be appointed director of the Human-Computer Interaction Institute.

Statistically Speaking

The past two weeks saw national politics take the forefront of news coverage, with the Republican and Democratic National Conventions being held to select the parties’ candidates for President.

Crime and Incident

This week's incidents include several thefts and cases of underage drinking.

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