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Art requires a visual rhetoric with skill, not hypocrisy

If you want something to be good, it takes effort — and this doesn’t just apply to writing an article.

Politics and sports should be dealt with independently

Imagine being a world-class athlete on your way to the Olympics.

A confusing logo war for Apple

What can I say — I’m a sucker for Apple’s intuitive, visually pleasing designs, not to mention the brand’s cultish appeal to tech-savvy 20-somethings.

Letter to the editor

I’m writing in response to the April 14 “Campus Chic” article in The Tartan. I take issue with a number of statements made in the article.

Candidates shouldn’t stereotype voters

In a speech last week, Barack Obama commented on small towns in Pennsylvania.

McCain’s speech centers on media, not CMU

Many Americans, both Democrat and Republican, took great interest in Senator John McCain’s (R–Ariz.) speech last Tuesday in Wiegand Gymnasium.

Pope Benedict XVI reaches out to diverse followers

Recent actions by Pope Benedict XVI have shown that the Catholic Church has the ability to branch out from the staunch Roman walls of the Vatican.

Presidential Perspectives

I want to spend my text quota this week talking about Adi and my term’s actual accomplishments this year.

Appreciate culturally, politically diverse countries

I had the opportunity to attend a video conference with Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, last Monday.


I can’t report, in good conscience, that Carnegie Mellon students support the campaigns of Senators Hillary Clinton and John McCain.

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