Almost 50 Years of The Oakland Review

The Oakland Review has been Carnegie Mellon University’s premier literary-arts journal since 1973. Ran by a team of dedicated undergraduate students, it features works of poetry, prose, and various types of art that’s reviewed and selected by an editorial board of undergraduates. The Oakland Review has been nationally recognized by the Associated Writing Programs, placing as a finalist in an Undergraduate Journal competition.

CMU ID Now Required for Hunt Entry

For the spring semester, access to the Libraries will remain restricted to CMU students, staff, and faculty members due to capacity restrictions and COVID protocols. Access control to Hunt Library will be upgraded to an automated swipe-card system beginning Monday, February 15, 2021. We remind our community members to carry a CMU ID card to access facilities during open hours. Students must also reserve a seat for in-person studying.

Libraries Hours: Winter 2020 Schedule

December 10, 2020 Update – To accommodate students seeking quiet space for final exams, Hunt Library will be open from December 10 through December 23. Seats musts be reserved in advance. Sorrells and Mellon Libraries are closed through January 18. The Libraries will continue to offer curbside pickup services and all current virtual services will remain in effect. Books can be returned through the Hunt Library book drop.