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Graduates take degrees overseas

International students at Carnegie Mellon are choosing to pursue career opportunities outside of the United States after graduation.

Obama’s success in Afghanistan debated

Afghanistan poses a much greater challenge to U.S. foreign policy than Iraq, said Abdulkader Sinno, assistant professor of political science and near Eastern studies at Indiana University.

Report shows low Greek service hours

Some Greek organizations are not living up to their founding ideals, while others may be surpassing them, according to a report released this week by the Division of Student Affairs.

Pakistani Ambassador speaks to University

The ambassador discussed how the political transitions in both Pakistan and U.S. administrations are likely to shape foreign policies adopted by both nations.

Ruckus media player lost users’ interests, advertisements, funding, sustainability

College music services, such as Ruckus, were created in order to provide college students with the services that they wanted to listen to and watch.

Lecture Previews

[BOLD]Title:[BOLD] University Lecture Series — “Creating Healthy Neighborhoods by Connecting Farmers, Institutions, and Consumers” [BOLD]The Basics:[BOLD]David...

Crime and Incident

Disorderly Conduct Feb. 6, 2009 at 1:58 a.m. Students moved a desk in front of an office door of Wean Hall in a manner that prevented occupants of the...

Stats Speaking

Last Tuesday, President Obama signed a $787 billion economic stimulus package into law, saying that it would “set our economy on a firmer foundation.”...

Campus News in Brief

[BOLD]Humanities presents film festival[BOLD] The Humanities Center presents its 2009 International Film Festival, “Faces of Realism,” Feb. 26–March...


The SciTech article "Energy economist lectures at Carnegie Mellon" (Feb. 9) wrongly stated that "the internal combustion of the engine is inefficient."...

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