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Fraudulent money managers embezzle university funds

Carnegie Mellon lost nearly $50 million to two money managers who spent a chunk of the cash on teddy bears and other luxuries.

Study abroad rates hold strong amid economy woes

Although numerous education programs have felt the adverse effects of the current economic situation, it appears that study abroad may be unaffected.

Pitt professor relates Muslim identity to the African-American community

University of Pittsburgh faculty member Arif Jamal spoke last week about the roots of Islam within the African-American community.

North Korea plans missile launch

Last week, North Korea announced its intention to prepare and launch a satellite, using a two- or three-stage Taepodong-2 missile.

Campus News in Brief

Amaya releases chamber operas, Tuition hike lowest since 1975, and other campus news this week

Lecture Preview

Deavere Smith to discuss life as art, and other lectures on campus this week

Statistically Speaking

If you're undecided about what to do during spring break week, here are some statistics to help inform your decision.

Crime and Incident

Take a look at the crime report from this past week.

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