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CMU sports: football wins big in first round, women's soccer falls in round of 16
The seventh-ranked Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer team took on Washington University in St. Louis on Saturday at home in the NCAA Division III playoffs Round of 16.
In the first half, Carnegie Mellon dominated on shots, recording seven compared to WashU’s one. However, all on-mark shots were saved on both sides, leaving the scoreboard empty at the half.Sports | November 21, 2022
CMU team wins top recognitions in theme park design competition
127 students from 18 universities took part in the Toronto Metropolitan University Thrill Design Invitational (TMUTD) last weekend, Nov. 10 - 13, including a team of seven from Carnegie Mellon.News | November 21, 2022
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever"
This article contains spoilers for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
Okay, before I start this review, I have to say that I was a big fan of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” but I still have plenty of mixed opinions about it, just so you know what kind of review this is going to be.Pillbox | November 14, 2022
Please don't tell me to open an Etsy shop
As someone who crochets, one of the most frustrating things I hear on a semi-regularly basis is, “You should sell those!” Yeah, sure, let me get right on that. I’ll open an Etsy shop and send you the link, and you’ll proceed to buy nothing. I know how it goes. So please, stop telling me to monetize my hobbies.Forum | November 14, 2022
CMU Sports Roundup
Women's SoccerSports | November 14, 2022