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Mayor Ravenstahl responds to “fair share tax” controversy, ICA unanimous rejection

The debate over Mayor Ravenstahl’s proposed “fair share” tuition tax plan continued in earnest last week.

Global Entrepreneurship Week encourages student innovation

Between 10 and 15 businesses are launched out of Carnegie Mellon each year, nearly half started entirely by students.

Researchers develop custom electric cars

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Institute have converted a 2001 Scion xB into an electric commuter vehicle.

Death penalty explored

Amnesty International (AI) chapter hosted three days of events that encouraged the campus community to discuss their opinions on the death penalty.

Crime and Incident

On Nov. 15, University Police suspected that students were jumping from the roof of Shirley Apartments to the top of the garage of Webster Apartments.

Lecture Previews

Design is stepping outside of the studio and can now be seen in laboratories, accountants’ dens, and writers’ studies.

Campus News in Brief

CNBC Maria Bartiromo will host an hour-long “Meeting of the Minds” special at 6:30 p.m. today in Wiegand Gym.

Statistically Speaking

This week, we take a look at some of the lesser-known numbers associated with Thanksgiving.

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