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Class of 2024

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  • New COVID spike, updated policies as academic year begins

    As students returned to campus, Carnegie Mellon students received an update from COVID-19 Coordinator Stan Waddell regarding the current campus posture. The Carnegie Mellon community is still in its “Transitional Services” phase. This means in-person instruction is pre...

    News | September 12, 2022
  • On the topic of 'quiet quitting'

    When I first heard the term “quiet quitting,” I assumed that people were quitting simply by not showing up to work. That’s the quietest way to quit, right? In actuality, quiet quitting doesn’t actually involve quitting your job at all; it ranges anywhere from solely doing what you’re expected to do at work (and nothing extra) to reevaluating your relationship with your job and focusing more on wor...

    Forum | September 12, 2022
  • CMU sports roundup: cross country, football, soccer

    Men’s Cross Country

    Sports | September 12, 2022
  • Pittsburgh Ecology: Red-tailed Hawk, Garlic Mustard

    This article is part of an ongoing series that discusses wildlife in the Pittsburgh region. Specimens in the accompanying photos are identified by the author, which may include the use of identification tool “iNaturalist.” As such, species identifications may not always be 100 percent accurate.

    SciTech | May 2, 2022
  • Looking back: Nostalgia in the world of gaming

    When I was a kid, one Christmas my siblings and I received a can of beans. It was in a larger box, and to any child, a larger box means a better present — right? Well, besides the can of beans, there was also a note: the real present is in the upstairs closet. The can of beans was a decoy so we couldn’t figure out what was in the box (though I am a big fan of a good can of beans). Our Christmas gi...

    Forum | May 2, 2022

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