PTL Links: Jan. 15, 2018Some of today's guests/topics include: CMU MLK Writing Awards, Rabbit Wranglers and Table Magazine! Click for more information about today's guests!
CMU Student Raises Money For 5th Relief Trip To Puerto RicoRosana Guernica, a Carnegie Mellon University student and Puerto Rico native, has been raising money to organize private charters to get needed aid down to the island.
Crime Stoppers: Police Reach Out To Public In Violent Street Robbery InvestigationPolice are asking for help from the public as they try to track down the man accused of attacking a 71-year-old woman while she was doing volunteer work in Oakland.
CMU Investing In Hazelwood Robot Research CenterCarnegie Mellon University is investing in a new center in Hazelwood. It will specialize in robotic technology, specifically, robots themselves.
CMU Student Prepping For 4th Relief Trip To Puerto RicoA Carnegie Mellon student has made an extraordinary effort to bring relief to Puerto Rico, where thousands still don't have running water and more than half the island still has no power almost two months after Hurricane Maria.
Expert Commends Facebook For Taking On Revenge Porn, Says Plan Needs TweakingFacebook is testing a new program to combat revenge porn.
Technology Has Come A Long Way, But What Does The Future Hold?Today's technological advances would have seemed like science fiction when many of us were growing up, so what's next?
CMU Student Charters Planes To Bring Supplies To Puerto RicoA Carnegie Mellon student disturbed by stories from her native Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria decided to do something about it.
Westboro Baptist Church Protesters Met By Counter-Demonstrators In OaklandMembers of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, known for their anti-gay, anti-Jewish and anti-Catholic stances, were met by counter-protests as they marched through Oakland on Thursday.
Self-Proclaimed Neo-Nazi Back In Jail, Heads To Trial For Anti-Semitic Flier DistributionHardy Lloyd, a self-proclaimed neo-Nazi, is headed to trial for violating his probation and allegedly distributing anti-Semitic fliers.
Kidsburgh: CMU Freshman Computer Science Program Bucks Gender TrendsThe percent of women studying computer science has gone down in the past 30 years, but CMU is bucking that trend and increasing its women in computer science.
CMU Grads' Start-Up Solidifies City's Position As Driverless Technology LeaderArgo AI will be announcing the building of a world headquarters in the Strip District, solidifying Pittsburgh's position as the world leader in driverless technology.

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