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Tartans golf wins invitational

Once again topping the the charts with its third straight first-place performance and fourth of the season, the golf team claimed the title at its Annual Invitational held last Thursday.

Men’s tennis relinquishes GLCA title

After a long weekend of close sets and intense rallies, the Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team fell short of defending its title at the Great Lakes Colleges Association tournament.

Track and field competes at Bison Classic, Bennie Benson invitational

The men’s and women’s track and field team participated in two separate track meets. The top athletes competed in the Bison Outdoor Classic Meet hosted by Bucknell University on Friday and Saturday.

What the health?: Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy.

Your parents always told you “Don’t do drugs!” but little did you know your body made the choice for you. Inside each of our bodies are natural drugs — natural painkillers, called “endorphins.”

Fencing hosts Holy Grail Tournament

Skibo Gymnasium sounded with orders of “En garde, ready, fence” this past Saturday as 14 teams from around the Pittsburgh area met at Carnegie Mellon for the 15th annual Holy Grail Fencing Tournament.

Crew toughs out races at Knecht Cup

With over 50 schools in attendance, the Carnegie Mellon rowing club recorded three solid performances at the two-day Knecht Cup on the Cooper River in Camden, N.J.

Commentary: The ups and downs of idling your time away

There’s no feeling greater than the burn in your muscles after a good workout.


The Tartan profiled senior cheerleader Amanda Sturges.

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