Politicians make a lot of promises during their campaigns. Out of a desire to be elected, they promise to lower taxes or improve the economy.
With over 1300 dead, and at least 5000 wounded in Gaza, Israel has reason to form the war crime defense team they did — they will certainly need it.
If the new year’s events thus far are any indication, 2009 is going to be a great year — or, if not a great year, at least an eventful one.
In response to Forum Editorial (Sept. 15, 2008), I would like to put in perspective why Carnegie Mellon should supports the arts at the highest level.
With the declining economy, the news is full of big-name companies that are in the midst of major layoffs.
Last week, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his opposition, led by Morgan Tsvangirai, came face-to-face in talks aimed to move the country forward
Imagine walking around Carnegie Mellon’s campus and seeing students who all look the same.
I’d like to use this space today to introduce myself as the new Publisher of The Tartan and talk a little bit about some things I’ll be working on.