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Class of 2024


  • Scientists discover new antimicrobial, name it after Keanu Reeves

    In a paper published this past month in “Journal of the American Chemical Society,” scientists named new antimicrobial particles “Keanumycins” after actor Keanu Reeves since they “are so efficient at killing different microbial species” and Reeves “played many iconic killers in his cinematic career.”

    SciTech | February 13, 2023
  • CMU sports round up: Track and field continue to break records

    Men’s Basketball

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team hosted the 24th-ranked Emory Eagles this past Friday, Feb. 10.

    Sports | February 13, 2023
  • Novel-tea: I wish I had started reading sad books sooner

    Novel-tea is The Tartan’s literary and language opinion column, so if you like hot takes and reading about cool ideas in the literary community then this is the place for you!! If you have your own hot take to add to this column, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Forum | February 6, 2023
  • 'Everdell': A charming board game experience

    Oh, to be a small woodland creature whose biggest worry is if I have enough mushrooms for the soup I’m making for dinner. Instead, I’m plagued by nonstop meetings and deadlines. But “Everdell,” one of my favorite board games, is a chance to enter the forest and manage your very own town of woodland creatures.

    Pillbox | February 6, 2023
  • CMU sports roundup: men's basketball remains undefeated at home

    Men’s Track and Field

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field team traveled to Case Western Reserve University on Saturday, Feb. 4 for the 14th Annual "Battle for the Obelisk" against the Spartans.

    Sports | February 6, 2023

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