Marika Yang Assistant Sports Editor
Serena Williams faces rising tide of racism over pregnancy
Serena Williams is one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Moreover, she’s one of the greatest athletes of all time. She has won 39 major titles (23 of them in Grand Slam singles).
She has dominated her sport for nearly two decades, and will continue to do so in the next few years if her victory in this year’s Australian Open is any indication.Sports | May 1, 2017
SDC wins both men’s and women’s races in 98th Buggy
On Friday and Saturday, a fundamental Carnegie Mellon tradition continued, as student organizations competed in the 98th edition of Buggy, formally known as Sweepstakes.Sports | April 24, 2017
Examining early storylines as 2017 MLB season begins
Baseball, the sport long known as America’s pastime, is returning to the center stage of sports as basketball and hockey begin winding down. The 2017 MLB season began early this month, and as the season finds its groove, it’s time to consider some of the storylines to watch out for.
Can the Chicago Cubs win it all (again)?Sports | April 17, 2017
When a friend and I decided to grab dinner and catch up, we were pressed with a serious predicament: where should we eat? The various communities around Carnegie Mellon’s campus — Oakland, Shadyside, Squirrel Hill, the Strip District — are overflowing with restaurants of all different types of cuisine, almost too many to choose from. After we narrowed down our options to Oakland, we finally decide...Pillbox | April 17, 2017
Students express excitement over Chipotle's opening on Forbes
On Thursday, April 13, it finally happened. The new Chipotle Mexican Grill opened on Forbes Avenue next to Craig Street. After months of watching the construction, the students of Carnegie Mellon University now have a Chipotle restaurant all to themselves (of course students of other colleges are always welcome).News | April 17, 2017