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Women's soccer drops 2–1 decision to Emory

The Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer team finished its fall 2010 season this Sunday with a heart-breaker.

Football hosts Chicago during Homecoming

Carnegie Mellon’s Gesling Stadium was buzzing on Saturday, full of alumni and students celebrating Homecoming weekend.

Tartans open Hour of Power to public

The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving team will host its third annual "Hour of Power" this Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the UC.

Volleyball places sixth in UAA Championships

Carnegie Mellon women’s volleyball team placed sixth overall in the University Athletic Association Championship last weekend at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

Men’s soccer awaits postseason fate, ends season on a high note

After a season filled with many ups and downs, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team was able to pull off another victory in its last game.

‘Mr. Yuk’ ultimate team preps for nationals

While most fall teams are winding down their seasons or preparing for UAAs, one Carnegie Mellon athletics team is making headway into its season.

Can’t we just change the BCS already?

Now that we’ve entered the month of November, many of us are anticipating the famous Bowl Championship Games (BCS) that will be starting soon.

The Cutoff Man: Champions are built on pitching

Rangers hitters and Rangers pitchers v. Giants, so Rangers hitters v. Giants pitchers

Athlete Profile: Anya Rosen keeps it real

When one develops a passion for a sport, a parent's advice is usually, "Keep at it."

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