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Professors using Facebook to vent and seek advice

Facebook is one of the largest social networking sites in the world, and there are over 20,000 users on the Carnegie Mellon Facebook network.

Online higher education company gains popularity

Carnegie Mellon may not have its own online teaching program, but a new online company, 2tor Inc., hopes to fill this gap all the way from California.

Juicy Campus goes sour – students rejoice in flavor

While college gossip may never cease, its most pervasive medium as of late has come to an end. Last Thursday, Juicy Campus,, was officially closed down for good.

Fitness Challenge promotes health, balance

The objective of the 2009 Fitness Challenge is to exercise at least 20 minutes a day, three times a week, and to make two smart choices a week.

Lecture Previews

[BOLD]Title:[BOLD] University Lecture Series — “Taking over: how the hip-hop generation changed the world” [BOLD]The Basics:[BOLD] Jeff Chang, Asian-American...

Campus News in Brief

[BOLD]Disney Company honors late Pausch[BOLD] The Walt Disney Company recently announced the creation of the Disney Randy Pausch Fellowship at Carnegie...

Crime and Incident

Disorderly Conduct Jan. 29, 2009 at 5:22 p.m. A Carnegie Mellon student was found sleeping in the Philip Chosky Theater of the Purnell Center for...

Stats Speaking

Valentine’s Day is this weekend, and many people will be celebrating the holiday in different ways. Some people give cards, some buy roses, and some are...

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