Faculty & Staff News
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Keep abreast of what's happening with the 8.5 x 11 News, Carnegie Mellon's official weekly newsletter for faculty and staff. Read the latest issue. And find out about upcoming events on our calendar highlights page.
This Week's 8.5 x 11 Headlines:
- Andy Warhol's Artworks Discovered From 1985
- Film Based on CMU Brain Research Screens Here
- Senior Art Students To Open "Actual Size"
- "Cluster Truck" Exhibit on CFA Lawn, May 1
- Parking Enrollment Runs Through May 2
Read about these stories and more in this week's 8.5 x 11 News.
A team from Carnegie Mellon, the Andy Warhol Museum and the Carnegie Museum of Art, and New York-based artist Cory Arcangel have discovered a dozen previously unknown artworks by the late Andy Warhol. Among them were a self-portrait, Botticelli's "Venus" and a Campbell's soup can (above, l-r). Warhol graduated from Carnegie Tech in 1949. Read more.
This week's news briefs include: Vote for Your Staff Council Reps; Discounted Tickets Available To See "Orphee"; DEA National Take Back Day is Saturday; Planning for Veterans Day 2014; Students Win Better Buildings Competition; Save the Date: Staff Picnic, May 21; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park; Girls of Steel Compete in FIRST Championship; Student Forum Seeks Future Leaders; DHTI Requests Proposals; Take Information Security 101; Nominations Now Open for Student Organization Awards; Meditation Sessions Thursdays.