Carnegie Mellon’s student group Project Rwanda organized a memorial event for the Rwandan genocide.
On Thursday, the Undergraduate Student Senate approved a proposal banning tobacco wholly from campus. Yet, proponents of banning tobacco products aren’t necessarily smoking the competition.
Members of UHS, initiated an attempt to make rapid, last-minute changes to the Carnegie Mellon and Aetna joint insurance policies, prompting discussion on campus and an impending announcement.
Last week, Acosta hosted two student-led diversity forums — one on Thursday and one on Friday — hoping to come away with a set of tangible strategies that the university can implement.
An unidentified man in Shadyside has harassed a student multiple times as she walked on the street. Multiple cases applied for Alcohol Amnesty this week.
Carnegie Mellon places fifth in 2014 Putnam Mathematics Competition Announcements of the results for the 2014 William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition...
New racially diverse Emojis arrive The Apple iOS 8.3 update is now available, and it comes with a new Emoji keyboard and additional supported languages...