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The DeBenedetti family’s history has the plot twists of a miniseries, including plenty of life-and-death drama. Eventually, Carnegie Mellon becomes an important part of the story; today, family members are rewarding the university for its presence in their lives with a generous gift that helps culminate the Inspire Innovation campaign.
Seven weeks—that’s right, seven weeks—after graduation from Carnegie Mellon’s musical theater department, Corey Cott lands the lead in a Broadway musical. By all accounts, he’s handsome, he’s talented, and he has a famously sweet heart. By the way, he knows how to get the girl of his dreams, too.
Recreational drugs and their impact on society have been grabbing headlines for decades—everything from their effect on users to whether they should be legalized. For Carnegie Mellon professor Jonathan Caulkins, drugs have been more than headlines; analyzing drug policy has been a large part of his career.