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One for the other hand

Three years after the Pittsburgh Steelers won the coveted Lombardi Trophy with Bill Cowher, the Steelers are going back to the Super Bowl, this time with second-year head coach Mike Tomlin.

Men’s basketball wins three games over break

While most students studied busily for finals and then headed home for winter break, the Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team improved on its 11–2 overall record.

Swim, dive teams break out strong from training

The Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving teams started the semester off strong after completing their annual winter break training in Florida.

ATHLETE PROFILE: Terrance Bouldin-Johnson

Senior Terrance Bouldin-Johnson gave The Tartan some insight into the playing, dining, and personal hairstyling aspects of his college life while in the midst of his senior season with the Tartans.

Track, field jump starts indoor track at Kent State

The Carnegie Mellon men's and women's track and field teams traveled to Kent State University Saturday to compete at the Doug Raymond Invitational for their season's first indoor meet.

Basketball defeats Hiram 70–53, falls to New York and Brandeis

The Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team defeated La Roche College, Grove City College, and Hiram College, but lost to Hanover College, Capital University, NYU, and Brandeis University.

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