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Class of 2022


  • Amazon donation to CMU CS Academy

    Amazon donated $2 million to the Carnegie Mellon University Computer Science Academy (CMU CS Academy). The donation will support the CMU CS Academy as it expands to provide free computer science education, according to one of its founders.

    News | January 13, 2021
  • CMU Athletics: practices, lifts, and pandemic protocols

    Carnegie Mellon athletes have returned to school this fall to practice for an uncertain spring season.

    The coronavirus pandemic led to the cancellation of sports last spring, and then this fall. Now, teams that still want to engage in sports have returned on a limited basis to practice while competitive events are still canceled. With new restrictions on practices to prevent the spread of C...

    Sports | October 19, 2020
  • Penalty Shouts: XFL

    This is Penalty Shouts, The Tartan’s sports column inspired by the The New Yorker’s column Daily Shouts. This satire-fueled column will focus on anything and everything funny in the sports world that is deserving of our comedic attention.

    Sports | February 17, 2020
  • Walking To The Sky is missing a person. Where'd he walk off to?

    Over the past 13 years, the 100-foot stainless steel pole in front of Warner Hall has become a distinctive part of Carnegie Mellon University. The people who ‘walk up to the sky’ command the attention of anyone entering Carnegie Mellon from Forbes Avenue, often the first thing visitors see on campus. But since winter break, Walking to the Sky has been missing one of its pieces.

    News | February 17, 2020
  • Clive Newstead, a CMU job applicant with a fanbase

    This week, former Carnegie Mellon University lecturer Clive Newstead returned to campus as part of the hiring process for a new job in the math department. Unlike most other visiting applicants, he also spent time signing students’ textbooks — specifically, one he wrote while he was a student at Carnegie Mellon.

    News | February 3, 2020