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LAST POST 12.07.2004 8:11 PM

HCI has a helping Hug
News | Dec 7, 2004 8:11 pm | by Patricia Stallings

Robotics researchers have created a huggable pillow that allows the elderly to communicate with distant loved ones.

Starring Senators as themselves
News | Dec 7, 2004 8:11 pm | by Lindsey Quinn Arroyo

briefly » Senators aired their new promotional clips and discussed their need to become more actively involved with the student body.

A new look at a classic play
Art & Culture | Dec 3, 2004 12:32 am | by Brenda Reyes

The School of Drama plans to present a fresh interpretation of The Duchess of Malfi.

Dodgeball hits campus
Art & Culture | Dec 2, 2004 8:22 pm | by Stephanie Reynolds

SDC brought elementary school sports to a collegiate level.

Corporate media: "don't believe the hype"
News | Nov 30, 2004 2:36 pm | by Catherine Scudera

Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman visits Carnegie Mellon.

Senators support PAT
News | Nov 30, 2004 11:14 am | by Lindsey Quinn Arroyo

briefly » In response to proposed cuts to Port Authority Transit, student senators have declared their support of dedicated transit funding.

Carnegie Mellon student wins Jeopardy!
News | Nov 23, 2004 8:01 pm | by Nick Ennis

Junior Kermin Fleming took home the $100,000 prize in this year's College Championship.

Cookbook caters to all tastes
Art & Culture | Nov 23, 2004 6:15 pm | by Nick Jones

briefly » Carnegie Mellon's latest multicultural cookbook is a pleasure to the palate.


Nov 21  Motion City Soundtrack to play Monday
Nov 21  film » When Tyrants Kiss
Nov 21  film » National Treasure not quite precious
Nov 19  Mr. SigEp named Mr. Fraternity
Nov 19  feature » The eight worst things you can do at the gym
Nov 19  briefly » NSF funds new Climate Decision Making Center
Nov 17  New band not merely a star vehicle
Nov 17  briefly » Charitable angels make holiday wishes possible
Nov 17  To write the lives of the living and dead
Nov 16  briefly » Fiscal amendments fail in Senate
Nov 15  feature » Dorm room décor
Nov 15  briefly » Singers recognized for beautiful music
Nov 10  briefly » Armed robberies occur near campus
Nov 10  briefly » Staff Council holds food drive
Nov 9  briefly » Diversity discussions continue among Senators
Nov 9  food » Iron Chef visits Carnegie Mellon, kills lobster
Nov 8  film » Incredible crime fighting
In October, Carnegie Mellon participated in USA Today's Collegiage Readership Program, which distributed free local and national newspapers around campus. Would you support a referrendum to add $4-$6 to the Student Activities Fee to bring this program back permanently? (related story: "Starring Senators as themselves")

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