Carl Glazer Senior Staffwriter

Class of 2015


  • NCAA Tournament shocks with upsets and chalk alike

    March Madness defies prediction. Every year, millions of Americans, from office pools across the country to President Obama fill out brackets and within a few hours most are so laughably wrong that Warren Buffett was willing to wager a billion dollars of his own money that no one would be unscathed at the end of the tournament in April.

    Sports | March 23, 2015
  • Penguins must get over midseason slump

    This has been a bizarre season for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

    Starting with the mumps outbreak in December that sidelined captain Sidney Crosby, forwards Beau Bennett and Steve Downie, defensemen Olli Maata and backup goalie Thomas Greiss, the Penguins have had an unusual season even for their standards.

    Sports | March 1, 2015
  • Away Game Briefs

    Swimming & Diving

    On Saturday, sophomore Machika Kaku competed in the NCAA Zone 4 Regional in an effort to join many of her fellow Tartans at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Kaku placed fourth overall with a score of 398.60 in the one-meter dive. Her finish in the top seven guaranteed that she will compete at the national meet in Shenandoah, Texas March 18-21.

    Sports | March 1, 2015
  • With last minute saves, CMU club hockey wins league

    This weekend, the Carnegie Mellon club ice hockey team competed in the College Hockey East open league championships.

    Sports | March 1, 2015
  • CMU basketball splits final home games of the season

    On Sunday, Carnegie Mellon finished its home basketball season as both the men’s and women’s teams faced off against Emory University during their senior games. While the squads split the midday double header, both teams saw their single season blocks records fall as they closed out their home schedules in front of the Carnegie Mellon faithful.

    Sports | February 23, 2015