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  • Tartan swimmers compete in Senior Rec meet at Pitt

    The Carnegie Mellon swimmers stayed local this weekend as they visited the University of Pittsburgh to compete against a range of teams in Pitt’s annual Senior Recognition meet. Both the men’s and women’s teams competed against the University of Pittsburgh and Clarion University, with Slippery Rock and California University of Pennsylvania competing in the women’s division as well.

    Sports | February 9, 2009
  • Swimming wins final home meet for seniors

    The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving teams finished strong in their last home meet of the year against Westminster College this past Saturday. The men’s team finished with a 151–111 victory margin while the women closed out the meet with a final score of 153–109. Both teams are currently 7–2 and have two more away meets left in the season before the University Athletic Association (UAA) finals....

    Sports | January 26, 2009
  • Cohon yet to sign PCC

    Carnegie Mellon President Jared Cohon has made efforts to improve environmental sustainability on campus, such as establishing the campus policy to make all newly constructed buildings meet Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED) silver certification. Cohon has an undergraduate degree in civil engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute...

    News | January 19, 2009
  • Swim, dive teams break out strong from training

    The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving teams started the semester off strong after completing their annual winter break training in Florida. The men’s and women’s teams have winning records of 6–2 and 2–1 since returning from their training trip. After defeating Case Western Reserve University at home Jan. 10, the Tartans came out of this past weekend at 1–1, defeating Allegheny College Friday ni...

    Sports | January 19, 2009
  • Jon Hall receives Academic All-American of the Year from ESPN the Magazine

    Five members of the men’s soccer team were honored this week by ESPN The Magazine with the release of its annual CoSIDA All-Academic teams. Junior defender and co-captain Jonathan Hall was named the College Division Academic All-American of the Year, the highest honor awarded by the committee. Hall was one of 11 men’s soccer players named All-Academic in the college division, with a major in busin...

    Sports | November 24, 2008