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Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law could stump students

For the upcoming election, a new Pennsylvania law passed in early August requires that all voters, including students, must present some form of government-issued photo identification at the polls.

Margaret Morrison meter restricts campus parking options

The Pittsburgh Parking Authority has announced that parking on Margaret Morrison Street will now be metered, requiring money from those wishing to park.

Democracy Now! host champions independent media

Investigative journalist, author, and co-founder and host of radio show Democracy Now! Amy Goodman made an appearance at McConomy Auditorium last Thursday.

Former U.S. Comptroller General lays out economic plan

Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker visited Carnegie Mellon as part of his “$10 Million a Minute Bus Tour,” which aims to present voters with olutions to the current financial crisis.

Campus News in Brief

This week, five SCS grad students have been named as Siebel Scholars, and a conducting prize has been awarded to two School of Music alumni.

Lecture Previews

This week's lectures include talks by a Pittsburgh judge and an artist who draws inspiration from acts of pro-environmental sabotage.

Statistically Speaking

Today is Constitution Day, the 225th anniversary of the day that the Constitutional Convention signed the U.S. Constitution.

Crime and Incident

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

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