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Swimming wins final home meet for seniors

Carnegie Mellon swimming finished strong in its last home meet of the year. The men finished with a 151–111 victory while the women closed out the meet with a 153–109 score over Westminster College.

Men’s basketball defeats visiting Chicago, 64–58

The Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team came away 1–1 in a University Athletic Association (UAA) doubleheader this weekend.

ATHLETE PROFILE: Tom McConnell

While the Tartans are keeping their eyes on a first-place conference finish this year, McConnell talked with The Tartan about his experiences as a swimmer and an artist at Carnegie Mellon.

COMMENTARY: For Super Bowl XLIII, result is in the Cards

Everyone should expect a nail-biter Super Bowl Sunday.

Track, field dominates Denison meet Saturday

Carnegie Mellon found itself well represented at the Denison College Lid-Lifter in Granville, Ohio last Saturday, with both the men's and women’s teams dominating the track and field meet.

Women’s basketball trumps Oberlin, 52–47, away

The Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team traveled to Oberlin College to take on the Yeowomen, then played host to the University of Chicago and Washington University in St. Louis this weekend.

COMMENTARY: Cheating is not the way to go, kids

When Rickey Henderson broke Lou Brock’s all-time stolen base record, he concluded his speech with the memorable line, “Today, I am the greatest of all time."

NSBE wins the first Tartan Olympics

Last Saturday, Carnegie Mellon Athletics and the Student Athletic Advisory Counsel (SAAC) introduced the first Tartan Olympics.

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