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Student Senate GBM recap: April 28

On April 28, the AY21-22 Undergraduate Student Senate held their last meeting and the first meeting of the AY22-23 Senate. The meeting opened with a vote...

Rwandan government funds CMU, imprisons political dissidents

Last year, Carnegie Mellon received the final installment in a $95 million deal with the Rwandan government. The partnership developed Africa’s first...

Interview: Undergraduate student workers at CMU

Note: Names have been changed at students' request. Interviews were conducted in the fall 2021 semester. At Carnegie Mellon, the undergraduate and...

Student Senate hosts 'First Lectures' event

Editor's Note: This article was updated on 6/4/22 to remove confidential information at the request of one of the speakers. At the Student Senate's...

CMU Crime & Incident Report: 4/17 - 4/29

Sunday, April 17 Alcohol Amnesty University Police responded to West Wing for an intoxicated student. A Carnegie Mellon student was provided with medical...

CMU offers fewer admissions following high yield last year

According to Dean of Admission Mike Steidel, Carnegie Mellon offered about 600 less admission spots compared to last year. This is the second year in...

Music students want Wind Ensemble to expand canon, diversify repertoire

Following a national wave of Black Lives Matter protests in 2020, Carnegie Mellon’s school of music promised to rectify the homogeneity of its assigned...

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