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New student leaders explain plans for change

On March 31, the ballots were in and the winners were clear: Rotimi Abimbola and Adam Klein for president and vice president, with Nara Kasbergen as vice president of finance.

Colleges may consider SAT scores optional

A new research study finds that dropping standardized test scores will lead to increased percentages of minority and disadvantaged students admitted to college.

Men wear heels for awareness

This Thursday students will be able to see a sight they don’t see everyday: large groups of men walking around in high-heeled shoes from 5–6 p.m. on the Cut.

Tepper School of Business hosts open entrepreneurial challenge

Carnegie Mellon students pitched their entrepreneurship ideas for companies in this year’s Tepper Venture Challenge.

Diplomat Robert Dry visits campus

The turn of the century has seen phenomenal growth in youth political involvement, said Robert Dry, diplomat-in-residence at City College of New York,...

Lecture Previews

On Monday, Bobbito Garcia will discuss the significant of sneakers in urban culture, sports, fashion, music, dance, television, and video games.

Campus News in Brief

The education award winners for this year will be recognized at the Celebration of Teaching event held April 23 in the University Center.

Stats Speaking

Carnegie Mellon's revised smoking policy is currently in effect, but the campus community may not have truly seen the effects of the policy yet.

Crime and Incident

On March 26, 2009, a student reported that his student ID was stolen.
The student discovered that the thief used the card to purchase food.

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