An Office of Residential Education program, “Big Questions” (BQ) is a series of small group discussions in first-year housing communities at Carnegie Mellon University. For 10 years, BQ has urged students to reflect on their values, discover more about themselves, and develop a penchant for curiosity during their first year of college—a time when, as … Continue reading Big Questions: Why Do We Ask Them?
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For Carnegie Mellon students, campus coffee shops go beyond just serving up hot drinks and caffeine—they provide a place for community.
As a Carnegie Mellon student, you’re busy. When you're hungry, you don't want to stress about your next meal. Dining Plans make your eating decisions easy.
Get to know Michelle Mirabella, housefellow for Boss and McGill at Carnegie Mellon University
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