Christian D'Andrea Captain Sexy

Class of 2006


  • CMU Ultimate teams attain divergent successes

    Even with successful performances in last week?s Ultimate Players Association (UPA) Founders? Sectional Tournament, the men?s and women?s Ultimate Frisbee teams at Carnegie Mellon seem to be heading in different directions. While the men?s squad, Mr. Yuk, appears to have its strongest team in years, the women?s side, formerly Pansy, now known as Little Miss Naughty, will be entering its first seas...

    Sports | October 11, 2004
  • Zox rocks for Habitat for Humanity

    The Rhode Island-based band Zox came back to Pittsburgh last weekend, electrifying an excited audience with their energy-filled live show. The quartet was greeted by a combination of loyal fans and interested first-timers, but made sure no one left unsatisfied. From the opening chords of ?The Squid? to the last refrain of ?Canon,? the four boys from Providence put on a show that few could forget.

    Pillbox | October 4, 2004
  • Water polo makes splash

    The Carnegie Mellon Club Water Polo team started its season last weekend by dropping three games at the Washington and Jefferson Invitational Tournament in Washington, Pa.
    Faced with stiff competition, including two NCAA varsity squads, the Tartans played well, but came up short in the end, losing to Penn State Behrend (6?15), Washington and Jefferson (6?12), and Yale (7?14). Despite the outcome...

    Sports | October 4, 2004
  • Rugby Returns to Carnegie Mellon

    Since the beginning of 2004, the intramural fields have been the setting for an athletic rebirth. The Carnegie Mellon University Rugby Football Club, which was last active in 1999, has returned to campus. The team is looking to begin its first regular season in five years after finishing the ongoing process of applying to become an official club sport.

    Sports | September 20, 2004