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Seth Cordts shoots for academic, athletic success

Seth Cordts, a mechanical and biomedical engineering double major, has maintained a rigorous course load while playing on the Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball team.

Men’s swimming, diving falls at Denison

Carnegie Mellon men's swimming competed away against Denison University’s Big Red on Saturday, falling to the national powerhouse with a score of 141–128.

Women’s basketball breaks losing streak against UChicago Maroons

The women's basketball team won 76-68 against the University of Chicago Maroons at home on Sunday, bringing the Tartans to 11-7 overall and 3-4 in the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference.

49ers vs. Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII

Super Bowl XLVII provides chances for family bragging rights, for a player to end his Hall-of-Fame-worthy career on top, and for one of two quarterbacks to silence the critics once and for all.

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