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NU-Q bids CMU-Q a fond farewell

Maha Essid and Razi Al Islam

Northwestern University in Qatar moved to its new building in January, vacating Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar’s third floor where it resided for about six years. The Daily Q asked students from NU-Q and CMU-Q about how they are adjusting to the changes. Watch the video to see what they had to say.

 

What’s happening to CMU-Q’s third floor?
By Lolwa Al-Thani

Since NU-Q vacated it in Dec. 2016, the third floor of CMU-Q is being used partially. Five classrooms are currently being used for CMU-Q classes. According to CMU-Q facilities, there are hopes to use more offices and rooms in the future pending a confirmation from Qatar Foundation to fully move in. Additionally, renovations on the third floor will occur to fit the needs of the CMU-Q community.

Below, watch highlights from a Thank You luncheon NU-Q administration hosted for the CMU-Q community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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