Jonas Altman-Kurosaki Assistant Sports Editor
Athlete Profile: Anya Rosen keeps it real
When one develops a passion for a sport, a parent's advice is usually, "Keep at it." The Tartans' Anya Rosen has been keeping at it for 15 years now as she completes her final year at Carnegie Mellon as a fine arts major and goalie for the women's soccer team.Sports | November 8, 2010
The Cutoff Man: Who killed Mr. Defending Champion?
In this game of Clue, there were two victims and hence, two culprits. On Friday, it was the Rangers who killed the Yankees in Arlington with clutch hits. On Saturday, the Giants slew the Phillies in Philadelphia with great pitching — and a clutch homer.Sports | October 25, 2010
Oberlin overwhelmed by women’s tennis
Fresh off a successful Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regional Tournament, the Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis team hosted Oberlin College in its first and only dual match of the fall. The team got things off on the right foot and deftly handled Oberlin in an 8–1 win.Sports | October 11, 2010
The Cutoff Man: What was the name of that movie?
You know, the one where Joe Boyd sells his soul to the devil so that the Washington Senators can start winning?
Here’s a hint: It rhymes with Bamn Bankees.Sports | October 11, 2010
Chen grabs third consecutive ITA Regional Championship title
Carnegie Mellon’s women’s tennis team traveled to Fredericksburg, Va., last weekend to compete at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Southeast Regional Tournament. The tournament, hosted by the University of Mary Washington, lasted Sept. 25–27 and featured competitors from 10 different schools, including Johns Hopkins University and Washington and Lee University. Tartans junior Laura Che...Sports | October 4, 2010