Amanda Wilczynski Staffwriter

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Tartans football drops 17–34 decision against Case Western

    The Tartan football seniors took the home field on a beautiful fall day for the last time this weekend. Saturday marked the last home game of the season as well as the last game for senior football players and cheerleaders, who were recognized for their commitment before kickoff at Gesling Stadium at 2 p.m. against Case Western Reserve University.

    Sports | November 9, 2009
  • Football records 21–13 victory against Washington University

    Carnegie Mellon students, faculty, staff, and alumni enjoyed Homecoming festivities this past week, including the Carnegie Mellon University football game against Washington University at Gesling Stadium on Saturday at 1 p.m. The football team opened its 2009 University Athletic Association (UAA) play with a 21–13 victory over the Bears. The game improved the Tartans’ overall record to 5–3 for the...

    Sports | November 2, 2009
  • Stats Speaking

    The Pittsburgh Steelers, with fans who bleed black and gold and with that famous “terrible towel,” are the oldest and most championed franchise in the AFC. Owned by the Rooney family since their founding, the Steelers have proven themselves time and time again on the football field. They will face the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, Fla. on Feb. 1. Here are some statistics about th...

    News | January 26, 2009
  • College textbooks rise in price

    At the beginning of every semester, students dread the thought of purchasing textbooks, and this year may have been one of the worst yet.

    News | October 6, 2008
  • Statistically Speaking

    On Thursday, the United States observed the seventh anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. Millions around the country remembered the loved ones they lost and their bravery. Carnegie Mellon played bagpipes from 8:46 a.m. to 10:03 a.m. Thursday morning (each time symbolizing one of the planes that flew into the World Trade Center) to commemorate, while millions more did across the nation. Here are some st...

    News | September 15, 2008