Kate Liston Staffwriter

Class of 2021


  • For the rowing team, more growth leads to success

    30 years after their premier at Carnegie Mellon, the rowing team has won more medals than any other season in its history. As the team has grown from only two rowing shells to 16, they have pushed to continue growing both their size and list of accomplishments, which currently includes formerly having an Olympian on the team.

    Sports | December 4, 2017
  • Ultimate Frisbee cultivates community, competition

    “The spirit of the game, I don’t know if I’ve emphasized it enough,” said Masters Material Science student and co-captain of the Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team Marissa Schwartz regarding what draws her to Ultimate Frisbee.

    Sports | November 20, 2017
  • Athlete Profile: Donohue fulfilled by team and CMU

    To senior policy and management and social and political history double major Eliza Donohue, losing has never been an option — at least not since she was in seventh grade. At 12 years old, Donohue began her competitive volleyball career. Inspired by her dad, brother, and sister, she continued with the sport for ten full years, even being recruited to Carnegie Mellon’s team during high school. Dono...

    Sports | November 13, 2017
  • Tartans will commemorate 50th Anniversary with win

    “We treat every game like it’s the biggest game of the season,” said senior inside linebacker, mechanical engineering major, and co-captain Stanley Bikulege.

    Sports | November 6, 2017
  • Club sports: fencing seeks newcomers for expansion

    Stress relief with weapons — that’s Carnegie Mellon’s fencing team. After forming in the early ‘90s, the club’s size has fluctuated between a few members and dozens. With about 30 students as of this year, the club attempted to start expanding their impact on their member’s lives and return the club to the glory it was considered to have been in ten years ago.

    Sports | October 30, 2017