Kate Smith

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  • Leadership Perspectives

    Welcome back, Tartans! It’s been refreshing to see so many familiar and new faces on campus.

    Forum | August 23, 2010
  • Golf wins first ever UAA championship

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s golf team returned from Atlanta, Ga. yesterday after claiming its first ever University Athletic Association (UAA) team championship hosted by Emory University. The Tartans finished with a two-day total of 626 (305–321), just ahead of the nationally ranked host on the par-71 Royal Lakes Golf and Country Club links.

    Sports | April 27, 2009
  • Track and field hosts Tri-Meet with Seton Hill; Franciscan University

    The Carnegie Mellon men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted the Tri-Meet with Seton Hill University and Franciscan University in attendance at Gesling Stadium this past Wednesday. Although the meet was unscored, the Tartans did not allow that to detract from their outstanding performances. Both teams showed readiness for the upcoming University Athletic Association (UAA) meet that will be h...

    Sports | April 20, 2009
  • Track, field conclude indoor season at UAAs

    The men’s track team ended its season one point away from winning the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference meet. The Tartans posted a score of 105, finishing just behind Emory University. Senior Brian Harvey ran a career-best 4:11.63 in the mile, securing his place in the NCAA championships. Also earning an NCAA berth was junior James Hulley. Hulley broke the school record and won the ...

    Sports | March 23, 2009
  • Swimming finishes top three at UAA championships

    The journey to Chicago for the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships was a chance for the Carnegie Mellon swimming and diving teams to showcase their hard work and talent among some of the best competition in the country. Both the men and women returned to Pittsburgh with top-three team finishes and many individuals sporting medals. The men finished second out of eight with a score o...

    Sports | February 23, 2009