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  • Michael J. Tarr named 2017 AAAS fellow

    Head of Carnegie Mellon’s Department of Psychology, Michael J. Tarr, has been selected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Tarr, also a member of the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC), is being recognized for his research on the perception of faces, objects and scenes, computational and artificial vision systems, and perceptual expertise. Hi...

    News | December 4, 2017
  • Fantasy football: new lows as season close to finish

    Another week, another loss for me. My performance this year has been abysmal at best and this week was no different. With six teams out, attack of the bye week left most teams struggling to find points. However, some managed to rise above and turn their backup players into first-string points. Let’s take a look at how the week fared for The Tartan Fantasy League.

    Sports | November 13, 2017
  • Fantasy football week two sees injuries destroy teams

    Another week of fantasy football has come and gone. We laughed, we cried, and some of us got our butts kicked. No one as bad as me, though. With the only team that was not able to score in the triple digits, I was the overall loser this week by more than 20 points. I’ve accepted this dramatic downfall, and I’m ready to unpack where I went so wrong. Check out this week’s highlights from your favori...

    Sports | September 25, 2017
  • Student team takes top prize in HP, Intel Design Challenge with Muscle Maximus

    Students from different colleges across Carnegie Mellon have won the top prize in HP and Intel’s Design Challenge: Life in Space. Their design was a wearable exercise system that alleviates symptoms of microgravity, such as muscle atrophy, for astronauts.

    News | May 1, 2017
  • Wesley Spectrum partners with Panera to help children with autism

    This past week the Wesley Spectrum, a local non-profit organization, began partnering with locally-owned Panera Bread stores to sell cookies with the international autism symbol on them for their “Every Cookie Counts” fundraiser. The proceeds will go directly to Wesley’s programs for autism.

    News | April 10, 2017

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