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Celebrities wrongly overshadow real-life heroes

When we think of heroes, we think of firefighters, Gandhi, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Neil Armstrong. Of course, popular movie stars and television personas...

CMU had an awfully anticlimactic Halloween

In the spirit of academics at Carnegie Mellon, The Tartan is beginning this board editorial with a quiz: 1) Did CMU win the Homecoming football game? a)?Yes b)?No c)?We...

Sabram and Louissaint lack productivity, communication

Government in any form is, and will remain, government. On a college campus, though, the governing body must exist in a useful form, starting from the...

Iran cannot be trusted with nuclear technology

Is the U.S. not hypocritical in its nuclear policy toward Iran? Not only was the U.S. first to build nuclear weapons, but it also bears the grim distinction...

Dr. Ruth would be welcome at MOSAIC

The CMU rumor mill works in mysterious ways. Just this week, The Tartan caught wind that the organizers behind MOSAIC were considering various keynote...

Say What?

On September 12, 2005, the last Israeli soldier left the Gaza Strip, completing the disengagement plan and uprooting 21 flourishing, generations-old Israeli...

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