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UK apology for tragedy delivered 94 years late

David Cameron acknowledged the Jallianwala Bagh massacre as a terrible tragedy, but that's not enough for a massacre that occurred almost 100 years ago.

New program promotes generational interaction

A new program at Mt. Lebanon's Mellon Middle School offers an intuitive new program that teaches the elderly to use technology with children as their teachers.

Political decisions come down to the basic moral question

A political decision comes to the basic question in the end.

Leave celeb babies alone

Celebrity babies should not be followed by the paparazzi.

Time to wage war for minimum wage

It's time to rethink our current minimum wage.

Arts Pass provides valuable perks to CMU students

Student government should be commended for their initiative to expand the Arts Pass program.

Student activity a great way to shake up campus life

The Harlem Shake has made its way to Carnegie Mellon, and The Tartan is enjoying every minute of it.

Standardized tests get in the way of real education

Since the 2002–03 academic year, the No Child Left Behind Act tied federal school funding to student performances on standardized state tests. Now, the...

A Person's Opinion

The Tartan is feeling a little homesick this week. So we asked, "What is your favorite home-cooked meal?"

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