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Andrew Carnegie Society Scholars give back to the Carnegie Mellon community

This year's group of Andrew Carnegie Society Scholars decide upon which organizations they will divide $5,000 amongst.

Capital One event “People + Money” analyzes our relationship with money

Representatives from Capital One bank encourage CMU students and faculty to rethink their relationship with money.

Lecture discusses methods to combat poverty facing Haiti

Representatives from Hôpital Albert Schweitzer talk to the Carnegie Mellon community about their attempts to combat poverty in Haiti.

Pennsylvania Democratic candidates hold debate at CMU

The Pennsylvania Democratic Party candidates held a debate at Carnegie Mellon on January 31st where they discussed their different platforms.

Campus News in Brief

CMU endeavors to reverse-engineer the brain for research on artificial intelligence Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have embarked on a five-year, $12...

International News in Brief

Three missing after mine collapses SOUTH AFRICA — 87 workers were trapped underground after the entrance to the Lily Gold Mine in northeast South Africa...

Crime and Incident

Alcohol Amnesty Jan. 30, 2016 Three intoxicated Carnegie Mellon students were granted amnesty after receiving medical attention near Mudge House, Morewood...

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