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Football initiative draws fans; team demolishes Hiram

While Carnegie Mellon is a world-renowned university in academic fields, few consider it a leading institution in football. Yet Carnegie Mellon has a long history of football achievements.

Hispanic Heritage Month hits campus

This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration is off to a great start — Noche Latina, the kickoff UC Late Night event held Friday, had almost 300 people in attendance.

Executives and commerce secretary talk energy

United States Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez met with CEOs of three major energy innovators Monday at Carnegie Mellon to discuss solutions to the world’s growing energy problem.

Researchers study the role of sex in marriage

Lately, some of the hottest topics in Carnegie Mellon’s research are sex and marriage.

Nader visits Pittsburgh

“We are raised corporate, not civic,” was the mantra of Ralph Nader’s campaign speech last Wednesday night at the University of Pittsburgh.

Colleges question SAT value in admissions

The long days of studying vocabulary, answering questions about reading comprehension passages, and figuring out missing variables for the SATs may soon be over.

Campus News in Brief

Authors to read work on campus, Poet to discuss culture infusion, and other news on campus

Lecture Preview

Tufts dean to speak on admissions and other lectures on campus this week

Statistically Speaking

Thei week in New York Fashion Week. Here are some statistics on the present and future of fashion design.

Crime and Incident

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

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