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This Week's Headlines:

  • Underground conceptCelebration To Benefit Scholarships & Fellowships
  • AHA Supports New Heart Science Program
  • Big Changes on the Menu for Dining Services
  • Location, Location: Climate Affects Electric Cars
  • Stats Show Department Among Fastest-Growing
  • News Brief: Staff Council Seeks At-Large Nominees


Dining Service's strategic plan includes a new design concept for The Undergound in Morewood Gardens. Read about it in this week's newsletter.

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U.S. & Cuba

Cuba and U.S.Change doesn’t happen overnight, especially if you’re talking about two neighbors who haven’t spoken to each other in more than 50 years. But Cuban-born Kenya Dworkin, 
a professor of Hispanic Studies, is optimistic about the possibilities between Cuba and the U.S.

Read this story and more in the Piper.


What's Happening

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Calendar Highlights

Calendar Highlights provides a glance at upcoming events at Carnegie Mellon. MORE
Thursday, February 26, 2015

News Briefs

Staff Council logoThis week's news briefs include: Staff Council Seeks At-Large Nominees; PSO Discounts to Romeo and Juliet and Swan Lake; Carnegie Bosch Institute Seeks Proposals; JCC Open Houses Today and March 5; I-Corps Site Chooses 16 Startups; Seeking Presenters for Daughters and Sons To Work Day; AED/CPR Training Offered; Innovative Health Care Proposals Due March 9. MORE
Thursday, February 26, 2015

Personal Mention

Boris BukhRaphael FlauglerAriel ProcacciaThis week's notables are: Boris Bukh, Raphael Flauger and Ariel Procaccia; James Garrett and Mitchell Small; Herman Herman and Anthony Stentz; Waleed Ammar and Justin Meza; Kevin Fall; Lowell Taylor; Shawn Litster; Po-Shen Loh. MORE

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