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CMU Sports Roundup
On Saturday, Nov. 5, the men’s soccer team traveled to Case Western Reserve University to face the 24th-ranked team in their final regular season game.
In the sixth minute of the game, junior Diederik Schlingemann the Tartans on the board. His first goal of the season was thanks to a throw-in into the box from sophomore Billy Boucuvalas. Neither team would manage to score again...Sports | November 7, 2022
Senate Update 10/27
The Undergraduate Student Senate held their weekly meeting this past week on Thursday, Oct. 27. Many of the presented topics dealt with honorariums, the Joint Funding Committee (JFC), and finances.News | October 31, 2022
CMU Sports roundup: swimming and diving begin season with wins
This past Saturday, Oct. 29, the #18 Carnegie Mellon football team hosted the Saint Vincent Bearcats for their homecoming game.
The Tartans took to the board early after a 30-yard field goal from graduate student Cole Hanna, making it 3-0 Tartans. Not long after the start of Saint Vincent’s next possession, an interception by sophomore Nolan Pitsenberger gave the ball back to the Ta...Sports | October 31, 2022
Movement in social media
Elon Musk closes deal to buy Twitter for $44 billionSciTech | October 31, 2022
New minimum wage on campus
Effective November 7, Carnegie Mellon will be implementing a new student minimum wage of $10 per hour campus-wide. This is an increase of $1.75 per hour on the current student minimum wage of $8.25 per hour. On this day, all hourly student worker positions earning less than $10 an hour will be transitioned to the new minimum wage.News | October 31, 2022