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Baker Hall A-Level Flooded over Weekend

The A-level of Baker Hall, including the Giant Eagle Auditorium, flooded Sunday morning. An incident over the weekend caused flooding in most of the...

University holds H1N1 vaccination clinics

Carnegie Mellon University has held clinics for students, faculty, and staff to receive the seasonal flu shot and the vaccine for H1N1.

Mayoral candidates withdraw from panel

With the mayoral elections looming just around the corner, the student government planned a forum to make the student body more aware of the issues.

New additions to Homecoming debut this year

New ideas woven with old traditions greeted returning alumni as they participated in Homecoming along with current students.

City mourns local library closings

A lot of industries have been hit hard by the circumstances of this economic slump, and the effects of this economy have been witnessed in Pittsburgh.

CMU students’ work ethic battles online distractions

Zhong Liang starts procrastinating every 10 to 30 minutes, because every 10 to 30 minutes he gets a coding error.

Stats Speaking

This weekend marked the end of daylight saving time this year and granted students an extra hour of sleep.

Campus News in Brief

This week, Staff Council will sponsor Carnegie Mellon’s 16th annual food drive.

Crime and incident

Criminal mischief and false alarms kept University Police busy in the first week of October.

Lecture Previews

Deborah Moon, Carnegie Mellon's chief financial officer, will discuss the financial background of a university.

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