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Online update: Student Senate election results

Students have voted, and the fate of next year’s Student Senate has been decided. The elections revealed a close race for the representatives from each...

Room Draw leaves some first-year students homeless

With the uncertainty of Cathedral Mansions’ 147 spots and the transition to more exclusively first-year buildings, this year’s Room Draw promised to be as bleak as ever.

Michelle Obama speaks at presidential rally in Skibo Gym

Only a week after her husband drew throngs to Soldiers and Sailors, Michelle Obama wooed a small crowd at Skibo Gymnasium on Wednesday.

Campus questions meal plans

The fate of Carnegie Mellon dining is fixed, for the next semester at least.

Student debates lead into today’s Senate elections

Conflicting viewpoints took the stage last Monday in preparation for the elections as candidates for the Student Senate executive branch debated campus issues.

College students rack up debt as credit card use increases

According to a new study, four out of five undergraduate students favor the regulation of aggressive credit card marketing on college campuses.

Campus News in Brief

A Campus Superstar is crowned and the Carnegie Mellon-Australia campus hosts an important lecture.

Lecture Preview

A Mexican labor leader speak and other lectures are happening this week.

Statistically Speaking

The Greek community at Carnegie Mellon just initiated its Spring 2008 pledges. Here are some statistics on Greek involvement at Carnegie Mellon and beyond.

Crime and Incident

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

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