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October

In the month of October, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.

Harrisburg receivership bill shows states becoming faster to seize control | Bloomberg.com

How Occupy Wall Street is testing the next US president | The Christian Science Monitor 

PopTech: 5 fascinating people you've never heard of | CNN.com

Interactive surfaces could be created on papers and walls | The Engineer

Mind language in your short message | Business Daily Africa

Imagine a world with more wireless customers using more data on fewer carriers | Marketplace Public Radio

How to think yourself healthy | FoxNews.com

The Good Person of Setzuan | Pittsburgh City Paper

Stanford researcher finds lots of leaky web sites | The New York Times – Bits Blog

Breeding corruption: Why leaders with ‘alpha’ personalities are chosen | International Business Times

Do programs that pay people to lose weight really work? | The Washington Post

As kids go online, identify theft claims more victims | CNBC.com

Digital library aims to expand kids' media literacy | USA Today

Carnegie Mellon experiences record enrollment | AMEInfo.com

Here comes anyware | The Economist

People say they want to eat healthy – then order junk food | The Globe and Mail

Safe passage | The Economist