This edition is archived. Go back to the current edition

MSA encourages Gaza awareness

On Thursday, Jan. 22, a campus tradition most commonly used to advertise springtime fraternity recruitment or Friday night Tartans’ basketball games turned political.

Students propose Tartan crosswalk

Though it’s currently covered in a layer of slush, the walk across Forbes Avenue just might be getting a little more fun in the coming months.

Female executives earning more

A recent study conducted by the Tepper School of Business was designed to analyze the life-cycle changes that employees undergo as they make their way up the corporate ladder.

Focus the Nation events cover climate changes

Sustainability mixers, climate change discussions, and political debates on energy and the economy will take over the University Center on Wednesday.

Cohon’s transparency comforting

The president of Carnegie Mellon is being commended for his transparent leadership in regard to his detailed e-mail to the community about the impact the economy has had on Carnegie Mellon.

Campus News in Brief

[BOLD]Former envoy to Africa joins faculty[BOLD] Carnegie Mellon has recently welcomed Jendayi Frazer, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for African...

Lecture Previews

[BOLD]Title:[BOLD] Journeys Lecture Series — “Why Technology?” [BOLD]The Basics:[BOLD] Joel Tarr, Carnegie Mellon’s Richard S. Caliguiri University Professor...

Stats Speaking

Over 2.5 million people lost their jobs last year, with over half a million jobs lost in December alone. It was the second-worst job loss rating since...

Crime and Incident

Suspicious Person Jan. 17, 2009 at 1:36 a.m. An unknown individual was reported roaming around campus. The person was spotted lingering around Baker...


The Jan. 26 issue printed a photo associated with the Student Activities Board. Winter Gala is coordinated by the Office of Student Activities.

« Newer stories Older stories »