Cynthia Xu Sports Editor

Class of 2023

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  • Sports recap, April 19

    The Tartans kicked off the week with the women’s golf team placing second at Montgomery Country Club Women’s Intercollegiate on Monday. The Carnegie Mellon women carded a school-record 36-hole score of 597 (312-285), breaking the three-year-old previous 36-hole program low of 604, and recorded a new single-round school record with a 285, beating the two-year-old previous lowest team score of 296. ...

    Sports | April 19, 2021
  • Skibo Gymnasium renovations

    In the fall of 2019, Carnegie Mellon University received a $35 million grant from Highmark Health, a not-for-profit Pittsburgh-based insurer and healthcare provider. This amount was gifted to assist in the funding of a transformative initiative involving the construction of a new wellness and athletics center geared towards improving the health and wellbeing of Carnegie Mellon students.

    Sports | April 12, 2021
  • CMU Swimming and Diving teams set new records

    For the Carnegie Mellon Swimming and Diving team’s first competition of the 2020-2021 season, the Tartans hosted an intersquad meet. Although there were no outside competitors, the Tartans performed spectacularly, setting career bests and breaking school records.

    Sports | April 5, 2021
  • The Eyes of Texas

    For the past couple of weeks, there has been a fierce debate over the University of Texas at Austin’s school spirit song, “The Eyes of Texas.” The song has been embraced by the Longhorns for decades, and it is tradition for the football team to stay on the field after games to sing along to the band’s performance of “The Eyes of Texas.” However, as the student body became more and more aware of t...

    Sports | March 15, 2021
  • Spring sports at CMU

    The Carnegie Mellon women's tennis team’s decisive 7-0 win against Division II West Liberty University last Saturday marked the first athletic event that the Tartans have competed in, in nearly a year. Since COVID-19 restrictions shut down Carnegie Mellon athletics last March, athletes have persevered through individual workouts, socially distanced practices, and a myriad of modified activities. N...

    Sports | March 8, 2021

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