This Thursday beats will be dropped in the UC as several Carnegie Mellon student organizations pool their talents to put on a benefit concert called “Rebirth.”
“Powered exoskeletons” are exactly as they sound; they are skeletal frames worn by humans that can enable the wearer to lift heavy objects, run large distances, and even jump great lengths.
Throughout my years of elementary school and middle school, I saw teachers branding students as “brilliant,” “dumb,” “absolutely abysmal.”
As its season draws to a close, the 15th-ranked Carnegie Mellon men's tennis team geared up for the University Athletic Association (UAA) championship.
Didn’t rise early enough to watch the Buggy races? Flip to get a recap.