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Carnegie Mellon 'tech glitch' mistakenly admits 800 computer scientists – New York Post


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Carnegie Mellon ‘tech glitch’ mistakenly admits 800 computer scientists
New York Post
Carnegie Mellon University mistakenly told 800 students they’d been admitted to its computer science master’s program, before withdrawing the acceptance letters and blaming it on a tech glitch. The red-faced Pittsburgh campus apologized for Monday’s …
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