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Students discuss how Pittsburgh presidential campaigns impacted their decisions

Donald Trump won the presidency despite the fact that most college-aged voters were strong proponents of Hillary Clinton. The morning after the conclusion...

The HistoryMakers tells the story of 2,700+ African-Americans

The HistoryMakers, initiated by Julieanna Richardson, is an online African-American video archive. It has 9,000 hours of interviews and tells the stories of 2,700 African-American individuals.

President Subra Suresh reopens dialogue at fall 2016 Town Hall

Members of the Carnegie Mellon community gathered at the second annual Town Hall to discuss diversity, gender parity, and university policies.

Carnegie Mellon University students’ design used to develop Aqua Pavilion

Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture students' design assignment, an Aqua Pavillion, will be built for a local community garden in Pittsburgh.

Carnegie Mellon alumnus Andrew Tesoro shares his experience working for Trump

Carnegie Mellon alumni Andrew Tesoro spoke to students about his experience working with Donald Trump and why he thinks he is unfit to be president.

Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship is now officially open

Carnegie Mellon recently opened the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship.

Campus news in brief

Two Carnegie Mellon faculty members receive funding for scientific research and Martin Gaynor has been selected to be a member of the National Academy of Medicine.

Student Government column

This week's Student Government column.

Crime and Incident

Assist Outside Agency/Underage Drinking Oct. 29, 2016 University Police assisted the City of Pittsburgh Police with two intoxicated Carnegie Mellon students...

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