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Steelers paint the town black and gold; Steelers win one for the other thumb

With a 27–23 final win, the Pittsburgh Steelers take home their sixth Super Bowl victory to make NFL and franchise history

Men’s basketball defeats Emory after 13 year losing streak at Eagles gym

The 20th-ranked Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team finally defeated Emory University on the road despite the Eagles’ home court advantage, a feat that has taken the Tartans 13 years to accomplish.

Swim falls to Denison in dual meet

The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving teams traveled to Denison University Saturday for the season’s second-to-last dual meet before the University Athletic Association and national competitions.

Men’s track, field dominates Case Western Reserve, women fall behind

Last Saturday, the Carnegie Mellon track and field team continued its indoor season by competing against the Case Western Reserve University’s team in Cleveland, Ohio in a dual match.

ATHLETE PROFILE: Rachelle Roll

Rachelle Roll talked to The Tartan about her love for sports, the high demand of the architecture curriculum, and climbing the ranks in rebounding, blocks, and points scored for the Tartan team.

Basketball drops two on the road

The Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team proved to have a disappointing University Athletic Association (UAA) conference double header on the road.

Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams take home Australian Open titles

The past two weeks yielded nothing but excitement for Melbourne, as the Australian Open, the first annual tournament of the grand slam series, just concluded.

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