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Carnegie Mellon considers graduate engineering programs in Rwanda

Carnegie Mellon may soon be moving into Rwanda. The university already has satellite campuses in Portugal, Greece, Australia, Japan, Singapore, and Qatar, and may soon expand to Rwanda.

Gates Hillman reaches milestone

Last Monday, the Gates Hillman Complex reached a milestone — the building’s last beam of steel was placed on top of its highest point.

NROTC captain retires from Navy

White tents, Navy uniforms, drums, and celebratory marches took over the CFA Lawn Saturday as the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps honored retiring captain Keith Bowman.

Obama campaign cancels Vampire Weekend concert at Carnegie Mellon

The Vampire Weekend concert and voter registration drive scheduled for last Saturday was canceled in a last-minute flurry of logistical and funding issues.

College textbooks rise in price

At the beginning of every semester, students dread the thought of purchasing textbooks, and this year may have been one of the worst yet.

Green transport rolls into Pittsburgh

Smart Cars, buses, and hobnobbing bikes took over Schenley Plaza this past Friday.

Campus News in Brief

Departments unite with robotics, Autism reseacrh to be featured, and other campus news this week

Lecture Preview

Yale professor to talk on admissions and many other lectures on campus this week

Statistically Speaking

Here is what some of the viewers thought of last Thursday's Vice presidential debates.

Crime and Incident

Take a look at the crime report from this past week.

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