Men’s tennis defends championship title away
The Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team started its season strong with a championship win at the Nancy J. Heath Gator Invitational hosted by Allegheny College, beating out the Allegheny Gators and the Division II West Virginia University Mountaineers to defend its title.Sports | September 15, 2008
Wild Water Weekend at Carnegie Science Center
Last weekend, the Carnegie Science Center was brimming with aquatic activities and marine wildlife as it hosted Wild Water Weekend, a special event in which the public could explore underwater ecosystems and the lives of sea creatures up close. This weekend was designed to educate the public about water-related activities and how each person impacts the environment.
The program included the re-op...SciTech | September 15, 2008
Men’s soccer continues to go undefeated away
The Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team went into a double overtime last Wednesday against Washington & Jefferson University Presidents, ending 0–0 after nearly three hours of play. The former 16th-ranked Tartans fought hard, but were unable to capitalize on their scoring chances. Carnegie Mellon wrapped up this weekend’s play with wins against Muskingum College, 3–2, and Franciscan University, 4–1....Sports | September 8, 2008
MSG linked to weight gain
In a recent study of 752 men and women from three villages in China, monosodium glutamate, also known as MSG, was shown to cause weight gain if consumed often.
The flavor enhancer is used worldwide in canned soups, instant noodles, salad dressings, and almost all fast foods and snacks.SciTech | September 8, 2008