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Security cameras take away creativity, free will

It’s time to color inside the lines. Following several episodes of violence at the Homestead Waterfront, a new surveillance system is to be installed.

U.S. ignores “innocent until proven guilty” for alleged terrorists

One of the most laudable tenets of American law is the assurance that anyone accused of a crime is “innocent until proven guilty.”

Conservative family groups attempt to limit basic rights

As anyone who thought Proposition 8 was certain to fail in California before Election Day will tell you, people tend to overestimate the tolerance...

Conflict in Gaza more than individual sides

The conflict in Gaza is all over the news. We know this. There are numerous reports about the attacks going on between Hamas and Israel in the Gaza Strip.

Obama’s actions promise much-desired change

Tomorrow, Barack Obama will become the 44th President of the United States. The change promised wasn’t something that waited until the inauguration.

Promised campus safety improvements necessary

Though Carnegie Mellon is located in a city, the campus lacks the intimidating urban atmosphere of other city schools due to its enclosed campus feel.

Letter to the Editor

In the article “Students spread green knowledge” (Nov. 24), The Tartan reported about various people who attended the AASHE conference.

Leadership Perspectives

Hey Tartans, Welcome back! I hope that everyone had a relaxing winter break and is rejuvenated for another great spring semester. Today, I want to touch...

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