William Park Sports Editor
Women’s soccer continues dominance in 2–0 victory
The women’s soccer team continued its streak of dominance last Friday, beating the La Roche College Redhawks at home 2–0 in convincing fashion.
The win — their fourth in a row — improves their record to 5–1–1.
The Tartans started scoring in the 10th minute when senior defender Rachel Contopoulos curved a corner kick into the top right corner of the net for her first goal of the season.Sports | September 23, 2013
Men’s soccer posts two shutouts and improves to 5–1
After falling to Dickinson College in the final seconds of the game on Sept. 7, the men’s soccer team rallied back with a last-minute goal on Wednesday night against Geneva College.
In the 90th minute, senior Chris Wysocki headed a cross from first-year midfielder Tristan Lockwood into the side of the net for the only goal of the 1–0 game.Sports | September 16, 2013
Argument over statutory rape simplified too much
When it comes to political policies, the public wants simple answers to blunt questions: Is politician A’s new strategy good? Are country B’s actions deplorable? Policy is easy to judge when the issue is black and white. In every debate, however, there are gray areas — these make writers’ jobs challenging when dealing with polarizing issues.Forum | September 9, 2013
Cut-throat attitude hurts intern health irreparably
Undergraduates all over the world will return from summer jobs, research fellowships, and internships this week. One summer intern, however, will not.Forum | August 26, 2013
Spring Carnival booths impress and entertain in a wide variety of categories
Throughout Carnival, as a self-designated, one-person committee, I went through every booth and selected the winners of several categories in what I call the “Boothy Awards.” This year’s booths, following the theme of “Fractured Fairytales,” again demonstrated the passion and dedication of Carnegie Mellon students. Without further ado, here is the first edition of the Boothies.Pillbox | April 22, 2013