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Carnegie Mellon Magazine reaches out to alumni, parents of students, and leaders in technology, business and government four times a year. Its aims are to engage its 81,000 readers, inform them about the institution and its alumni, and continue an ongoing relationship with them.

Submit story ideas and letters to the editor about material that has appeared in the magazine to

Bruce Gerson, Acting Editor
Carnegie Mellon Magazine
Carnegie Mellon University
Bramer House
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Phone: 412-268-1613
Fax: 412-268-6827
Email: to-editor@andrew.cmu.edu

Submit photos for Classes and books by alumni to

Edmund Delaney
Assistant Director of Internal Communications
Carnegie Mellon Magazine
Carnegie Mellon University
Bramer House
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Phone: 412-268-1609
Fax: 412-268-6827
Email: class-notes@andrew.cmu.edu

Headshots, environmental portraits and photos of alumni's artwork and other projects will be considered. Electronic photos must be high-resolution (at least 288 dpi). The magazine does not publish wedding or baby photos.

Ann Curran, who served as editor of Carnegie Mellon Magazine for 22 years, resigned effective April 30, 2003. Under her leadership, the magazine won numerous awards and served as the source of news and information for the university's alumni, faculty, staff, friends and parents of students.

 Features, Fall 2003

   • Behind the Scenes at the Tony Awards

   • Aron Ralston Sacrifices His
    Right Arm to Save His Life

   • Worms Survive Shuttle Disaster

 News, Fall 2003

   • Ann Curran ends 22 years as
     magazine editor

   • Ruling on affirmative action

   • Gift aids Hispanic recruitment

   • Fund-raising goal surpassed

   • Students redesign postal manual

   • Robot Hall of Fame opens

   • French professor Barbara Freed
     makes film on Henri Matisse
     and his model

   • New building to house rare books

   • New partnership with Taiwan

   • Smile a day keeps the doctor away

   • Freshman facts

   • Protein analysis at home

   • C-MITES challenges the
     younger crowd

   • Keith analyzes energy savings

   • Business school distinguishes itself
     by adding tracks

   • Is there life on Mars?

   • New dorm is green

   • University maintains high ranking

   • US-CERT protects cyberspace

   • Managing software engineering,
     Russian style

 Mail, Fall 2003

   • Recognize the rejected

   • In search of vacuum tubes

   • Where credit is due

   • Bring on the music

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