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LAST POST 12.07.2004 8:11 PM

HCI has a helping Hug
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
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.

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

Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman visits Carnegie Mellon.

Senators support PAT
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!
Nov 23, 2004 8:01 pm | by Nick Ennis

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


Nov 19  briefly NSF funds new Climate Decision Making Center
Nov 17  briefly Charitable angels make holiday wishes possible
Nov 16  briefly Fiscal amendments fail in Senate
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 7  Forum reflects understaffed Activities Board
Nov 4  Moore makes it to campus
Nov 1  Senate convenes for ex-officio reports
Oct 28  John Kerry rallies his troops
Oct 26  briefly Student dies in car accident
Oct 26  Women learn defense
Oct 17  briefly Student Senate sparks over diversity issues
Oct 16  briefly John Kerry to visit on Wednesday
Oct 15  briefly Michael Moore rescheduled
Oct 12  Happy birthday, dear robots
Oct 12  John Edwards campaigns at Carnegie Mellon
Oct 11  briefly Senate bails out the crew team
Oct 11  Fast food gets faster, thanks to CMU alumni
Oct 5  briefly Michael Moore cancels visit
Oct 4  briefly Two Senate seats filled, two others become vacant
Sep 27  briefly Unisex bathrooms, Michael Moore, and Jeopardy! to hit campus
Sep 27  Pittsburgh: Prosperous and Sustainable
Sep 27  Students head into the working world
Sep 26  briefly The Port Authority unveils new bus line
Sep 21  briefly Hunt Library under a new roof
Sep 21  photo essay Carnegie Mellon wades through flood damage
Sep 20  briefly Student Senate commences allocations
Sep 18  briefly Baker Hall takes on water
Sep 18  briefly Their hearts are in the work
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