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CulinArt workers receive wage increase after struggling with being underpaid

CulinArt employees voted to enact a new contract which would gradually increase their wages to be over $16.75 during the next four years.

Carnegie Mellon Mortar Board Eta chapter receives Golden Torch Award

Mortar Board’s Eta chapter at Carnegie Mellon University was presented the Golden Torch award at the National Mortar Board Conference, which took place in Indianapolis, IN over the past summer.

A look at CMU's role in the creation of self-driving cars

On Sept. 14, Carnegie Mellon President Subra Suresh and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto shared a ride in the first official self-driving Uber which has major roots at Carnegie Mellon.

Rosenbaum discusses the impact of digital media on film criticism

This Thursday, Sept. 22, Jonathan Rosenbaum, a freelance film critic, gave a lecture in Porter Hall 100 about how the advent of the Internet and modern technology has affected film criticism.

P.A. Attorney General candidate Josh Shapiro outlines plans to help students

Braddock Mayor John Fetterman held a reception on Sep. 19 at his home to raise funds for the Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania Attorney General, Josh Shapiro.

Crime and Incident

This weeks crime and incident reports.

Campus news in brief

Carnegie Mellon Statistics students connect sports to statistics with hep from the Pittsburgh Pirates. Also, BrainHub will host its first Neurons to Neighborhoods event this friday.

Student Government column

Editor’s Note: Dominique Escandon is the Cabinet Writer of The Student Government. Dressed in our very best outfits for exploring and talking about our...

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