Josh Smith Contributing Editor

Class of 2014


  • Reano goal leads Tartan 1–0 victory

    The Carnegie Mellon men's soccer team began September with a crushing double overtime loss at Dickinson College last Saturday, only to emerge victorious in a shutout at Elizabethtown College yesterday, bringing their record to 3–1.

    Sports | September 9, 2013
  • Women's golf team created

    It was announced late spring semester 2013 that Carnegie Mellon will be developing the school’s first ever women’s golf team for the 2013–14 academic year. The women’s golf team will initially start out as a club team, tentatively participating at the intercollegiate level by the 2014–15 season. Director of athletics Susan Bassett is excited for the addition of the program to Carnegie Mellon’s ros...

    Sports | August 26, 2013
  • Suggestive photos could haunt you

    The dangers of sharing sexual photos or sending sexually explicit text messages always grab the attention of news outlets nowadays. New technology has an undeniable effect on how people flirt and to what extent people share themselves. The issue has come up again with a seemingly harmless smartphone application known as Snapchat.

    Forum | February 18, 2013
  • Walk the Moon creates lively atmosphere

    Cincinnati-based band Walk the Moon performed at the Altar Bar in the Strip District last Wednesday. Noted for its indie pop and its hit “Anna Sun,” the band is no stranger to Pittsburgh or the Altar Bar — it opened for Neon Trees last August. Even for moderate fans, the show fostered an appreciation for what Walk the Moon tries to do: create a fun performance.

    Pillbox | February 11, 2013
  • Chris Guillebeau emphasizes reinvention

    Blogger and entrepreneur Chris Guillebeau made a stop in Pittsburgh on his book tour to promote his bestseller, The $100 Startup, on Thursday. For those with an entrepreneurial spirit and the desire to put ideas into action, the event was both inspirational and enjoyable.

    Pillbox | January 28, 2013

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