When does a marathon become an obstacle course? When it falls on Sunday, May 15, and more than 2,000 graduates, their families, guests, faculty and staff will be navigating the crowds and street closings associated with the Pittsburgh Marathon on their way to Carnegie Mellon’s 114th commencement and diploma ceremonies.
In the royal world of professional chess, Lufei Ruan came within just a few moves of being crowned queen. Not bad for someone who doesn’t even play every day.
Carnegie Mellon doesn’t have a medical school, but that doesn’t stop students from working on health care solutions. From bioengineering to quality of life technology, collaborations abound.
National Poetry Month is April, but Carnegie Mellon is starting its celebration early. American poets and critics Daisy Fried, James Longenbach and Fred Moten will read their work and discuss the state of contemporary poetry from 7 – 9 p.m., Thursday, March 29 in McConomy Auditorium.