David Tepper Delivers Powerful Address At CMU CommencementCarnegie Mellon University held its commencement activities over the weekend and the keynote speaker grabbed everyone's attention.
Bill Cosby Found Guilty On All Charges In Sexual Assault RetrialBill Cosby has been convicted of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.
Data Tool Created By CMU Student Helps Predict Fire-Prone Buildings In PittsburghA data tool created by a Carnegie Mellon doctoral student is helping the City of Pittsburgh with fire prevention and safety.
Carnegie Mellon University Names New PresidentFarnam Jahanian has been appointed as Carnegie Mellon University's 10th president.
Some Western Pa. Colleges Will Forgive Disciplinary Action For Peaceful ProtestsSome colleges and universities say they won't hold it against students if they have been involved in a peaceful protest for gun legislation.
CMU Student Charged In Anonymous Rooftop Sniper ThreatA Carnegie Mellon University student is facing charges after sending an anonymous message about using a sniper rifle from a rooftop.
Allegheny County Resident With Measles May Have Exposed OthersThe Allegheny County Health Department says someone in the county has been diagnosed with measles and may have exposed others.
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.