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Griffin sets school record as volleyball battles in Elizabethtown

The women’s volleyball team played two neck-and-neck matches in Elizabethtown, Pa. on Saturday, losing both 3–2.

Football misses upset over #7 Wittenberg

The Tartans had one of their best performances of the season, but they failed to close out the game and could not top the Tigers in overtime.

Cross country teams place high at Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble

The cross country teams at Carnegie Mellon traveled to Oberlin College in in Oberlin, Ohio to compete in the cross country Inter-Regional Rumble.

Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team loses steam

Having won most of its non-league matches easily, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team is now beginning to feel the tougher end of the season.

Women’s soccer ends difficult two weeks with losses to NYU, Brandeis, Wash. U.

The Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer team has had a rough start in conference play.

Chen takes third at ITA Nationals, MacTaggart/Miller get seventh

Three Carnegie Mellon tennis players qualified for the ITA National Small College Championships two weeks ago held in Mobile, Ala.

Leading with your helmet isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

Die-hard NFL fans and defensive players have been harping on one thing since the new policy: The NFL is making football a “soft” sport.

Terence Einhorn aims for repeat NCAA bid

Junior Terence Einhorn was recently honored by the University Athletic Association (UAA) as Golf Athlete of the Week.

The Cutoff Man: Who killed Mr. Defending Champion?

In this game of Clue, there were two victims and hence, two culprits. On Friday, it was the Rangers who killed the Yankees in Arlington with clutch hits....

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