Marika Yang Contributing Editor

Class of 2020


  • March Madness delivers madness with wild games

    When March rolls around each year, we hope for warmer weather, the fragrant smell of flowers, and the arrival of spring. But, most importantly, we await the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, three weekends of madness when we watch the top 64 college teams face off and fall in love with a Cinderella, the little team that could. This year is no different.

    Sports | March 26, 2018
  • CMU Ballroom Dance Club fosters dance community

    The Carnegie Mellon University Ballroom Dance Club is a community of dance lovers, a group of people of all different backgrounds, interests, and levels of dance ability that comes together to dance.

    Sports | March 26, 2018
  • Geppetto Café

    Saturdays are perfect for brunch. After a tiring week of classes, assignments, and responsibilities, we’ve finally reached the best day of the week. Though I always regret it, I always push off my homework until Sunday, and I know I’m not alone. It’s not uncommon to find me still in bed, late into the afternoon (I have no shame about this).

    Pillbox | March 5, 2018
  • CMU Figure Skating Club gears up for Carnegie Cup

    Did you know Carnegie Mellon has a figure skating club?

    That’s a question Jennifer Lott and Cheyenne Bell have been answering for over three years, ever since they founded the club as first-year students in Jan. 2015.

    Sports | March 5, 2018
  • Burning out is a reality for CMU students, but it can be avoided

    It’s that time of the year: midterm after midterm, essay after essay, project after project. Even though spring break is days away, it feels like it will never arrive. We’re drained, but assignments aren’t going to finish themselves. How do we stop from burning out?

    Forum | March 5, 2018

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