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Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine visits Carnegie Mellon to advocate for Clinton

Vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine hosted a rally outside of the Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall for Hillary Clinton.

Krisht discusses women in Hezbollah culture

Hiba Krisht’s gave a talk titled “Veils, Virginity, and (In)visibility: On Being a Woman in Hezbollah Culture,” in which she discussed her personal experiences.

Carnegie Mellon partnership with ANSYS leads to new College of Engineering building

Tuesday's groundbreaking ceremony marked the start of construction on a new building dedicated to a recent partnership between Carnegie Mellon University and ANSYS.

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra goes on strike to rectify financial issues

More details of the causes of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra strike and the various effects it can have on the members and at Carnegie Mellon.

CMU chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon broke fundraising record at this year’s Donut Dash

On Oct. 2, the eighth annual Donut Dash took place at Schenley Plaza. The event raised funds to support ALS research.

Campus news in brief

"The Playboy of the Western World" will be playing at the Philip Chosky theater from Oct. 6-15. Also, Pittsburgh's art and entertainment industry has been on the economic rise.

Student Government column

This week's student government column.

Crime and Incident

This week's crime and incident reports.

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