The Carnegie Mellon men?s soccer team continued their undefeated season this week as they inched past Washington & Jefferson on Wednesday and dominated Juniata on Saturday. Junior forward Jonathan Browne scored in both matches and pulled within one goal of tying the school record for career goals scored.
Wednesday night the Tartans traveled to Washington, Pennsylvania to defeat the Washington & ...Sports | September 19, 2005
Yankees beat Sox for naught; Cards will win
Last week, the world was shocked to learn that the New York Yankees would face the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS. People around the baseball world began to talk of an ALCS with the power to revolutionize the American League and baseball in general. It would be naive to say the revolution started last week in the Division Series, but that was when the long-awaited winds of change seemed to blow strong...Forum | October 18, 2004
Bad press comes at wrong time for ailing NHL
They picketed outside General Motors Place with signs reading ?In Todd We Trust? and in T-shirts reading ?Free Bert.? They supported their forsaken right-winger in a scandal which landed Vancouver Canuck Todd Bertuzzi out of hockey indefinitely and his hospitalized victim, Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Moore, potentially unable to lace up skates under his own power ever again. As misled as the ...Forum | March 22, 2004
MUSIC: "Guster rocked so hard"
Opening alt rock/emo band Graham Cole, walked off into the dim backstage of Club Laga last Tuesday night amidst enthusiastic applause. The lights came on and the rare sold out crowd gradually packed in toward the stage in anticipation of the main act to follow. People casually watched the crew prepare the stage until the lights began to dim and Gerry Rafferty?s ?Baker Street? came on over the soun...Pillbox | March 1, 2004