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Fall varsity sports: A season of CMU athletics revisited

With a midseason turnaround, a strong defense, and an unstoppable offense the Carnegie men took their first conference championship in 10 years and went on to win the ECAC Legacy Bowl.

Esports rising in popularity as a new way to watch games

This phenomenon has increased in popularity and frequency over the past decade, and it’s called esports.

Balance of power shifting in NFL as a result of scandal

On Feb. 7, 2015, Super Bowl 50 will shape up to be the biggest entertainment event in history, at least until the next year’s game.

Spring varsity sports preview: Looking forward to 2016

ooking unstoppable in the early goings of the season, the No. 21 ranked Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team has rolled to a 13–2 (2–3 in the UAA) record.

Sports Briefs

On Friday, the Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball, team ranked 20th in the nation by D3hoops.com, took on Emory University, falling by 63–52.

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