After winning five of its first 10 non-conference games this season, the women’s basketball team is making improvements from last season’s 2–23 record.
The Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team is three-fourths of the way through the 2011–2012 season, and the team sits on a record of 7–11 (2–5 in conference).
As senior diver Eli Fatsi competes in his last season on the men’s swimming and diving team, he reflected on his athletic career at Carnegie Mellon.
As we look towards Super Bowl XLVI, we look at a crossroads in the careers of two very different quarterbacks.
The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving team hosted its final home meet this past Saturday against Denison University, last year’s national champions.
Assistant captain Evgeni Malkin has the Penguins riding a seven-game winning streak. Is it time to take captaincy away from the perpetually injured Sidney Crosby and give the honor to Malkin?