Our Stories, Fed Your Way
Carnegie Mellon provides RSS feeds on many different subjects, giving you the tools you need to stay up to date when it comes to university news and to share stories with your own website visitors. Browse the following list of feeds to find the one — or many — right for you.
About RSS Readers
Really Simple Syndication, or RSS, is an easy way to follow content from multiple websites all in one place – freeing you of the hassle of visiting numerous websites to find updates.
The first step is to sign up for a free "reader." Choose from a list of popular readers below or find your own.
You can then subscribe to a feed by simply clicking on the link to the feed and following the directions provided by your reader.
University RSS Feeds
Homepage Stories. Carnegie Mellon's www.cmu.edu is updated approximately five times a week, 52 weeks a year, with stories about a range of Carnegie Mellon developments, activities and experiences.
News Blog. The Carnegie Mellon media relations team regularly blogs on stories of interest to media and non-media alike.
News Releases. Members of the media interested in following Carnegie Mellon news can follow these frequent news releases to stay informed.
Athletics. Be the first to find out how your favorite Tartan sports team fared in last night's game.
RSS Feeds from Our Schools, Colleges and Centers
Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley The best of a Carnegie Mellon education in the heart of Silicon Valley--get all of the news and events from our branch campus in California.
Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT). The university's College of Engineering provides a feed to help stay informed of the latest news.
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). This feed lets users follow news regarding electrical and computer engineering developments at Carnegie Mellon.
Heinz College News Feed. Learn the latest news from Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College.
School of Architecture: What's Good. Learn about the most-time sensitive news coming from the School of Architecture.
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI). Subscribe to the SEI feed to follow developments regarding its work on high-quality, reliable software.
Tepper School of Business. Tepper's eight available feeds make it easy for you to keep up-to-date with all the latest news and site updates.