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Carnegie Mellon anticipates the arrival of the Pennsylvania Special Olympics

This year, Carnegie Mellon will host the Western Pennsylvania Special Olympics Spring Sectional for the first time, where young adults with intellectual disabilities will compete in various sports.

TartanTRAK to be replaced on June 1

A new job recruitment website, Handshake, will replace TartanTRAK this summer as a more intuitive and easier to use tool for students looking for career opportunities.

University members prepare for the opening of Scott Hall

The new exquisitely designed Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall is set to open on April 30. The airy glass building sits between Wean and Hamerschlag Halls and links four major buildings together.

Senate seeks more inclusion

On Thursday, April 21, the Academic Affairs Committee of the Undergraduate Student Senate released a white paper authored by sophomore computer science...

Campus news in brief

A Carnegie Mellon professor is inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a CMU Speaks initiative by Student Senate aims to bring awareness of mental health on campus.

Crime and Incident

Read the crime and incident reports from this past week.

International news in brief

Read about news happening around the world.

Two PhD students represent Carnegie Mellon as first-ever recipients of $50,000 Samsung award

On Thursday, May 12, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced the five members of the Samsung PhD Fellowship’s inaugural class, including two Carnegie Mellon...

Jared L. Cohon Center expansion promises to enhance student experience

On Monday, May 16, members of Carnegie Mellon's faculty gathered with community members and donors to unveil the Jared L. Cohon University Center's...

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