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Figure skating needs new personalities, more coverage

Michelle Kwan, we need you.

Interdisciplinary students ignored

Interdisciplinary study is, theoretically, the backbone of this university (whose vertebrae are excellence in engineering, design, and self-exhaustion)....

Beyond Mars: Space exploration should focus on icy moons

Mars is exciting — so exciting that it is taking all of my willpower to write this article without slipping into a coma.

Bush: Neither apologetic nor defensive

On Monday night, President Bush gave his eighth and final State of the Union address. Dressed in a blue tie, with his American-flag pin securely fastened,...

Thistles and thorns

To sort out the policy differences between the main candidates in the presidential primaries, we present here a list of the most outstanding characteristics...

Failing online systems misrepresent Carnegie Mellon

The recent crash of SIS (Student Information System) raises serious questions of functionality, specifically regarding the central role of SIS applications...

Presidential Perspectives

Hey Carnegie Mellon, The main objectives of the Weinstock/Jain administration this past week were the new exploration of the CMU5 Mystery Issue (

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