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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, March 5, 2015

Calendar Highlights

Calendar Highlights provides a glance at upcoming events at Carnegie Mellon. MORE
Thursday, March 5, 2015

News Briefs

Humanities FestivalThis week's news briefs include: CMU, Cultural Trust Presents Humanties Festival; CMU Discounts for the PSO This Weekend; Last Call: Innovative Health Care Proposals Due March 9; ProSEED/Crosswalk Grant Proposals Due April 1; Gelfand Center Offers Summer Outreach Classes; Register for Student Employee Appreciation Lunch; Last Call: Staff Council Seeks At-Large Nominees. MORE
Thursday, March 5, 2015

Personal Mention

William CooperThis week's notables are: M. Bernardine Dias, Jessica Hodgins, Katia Sycara and Manuela Veloso; Dolly Hus, Catherine Groschner and Rachel Shaffer; Matt Marsteller; Joel Greenhouse; Robert Siegler; and William Cooper (left). MORE

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