College students protest Proposition 8
Thousands of college students participated in a nationwide protest of the passage of Proposition 8.
Technology helps the visually impaired
Carnegie Mellon's TechBridgeWorld has developed a new device that can help blind students learn to write Braille more effectively than conventional methods.
Behind closed doors: Blunder in the Burgh?
I felt that it'd be foolish not to witness a must-see cultural event. Instead, I witnessed just how inefficient student-run productions can be.
Men’s soccer competes in second round of NCAAs
Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer finished its season this weekend, falling to Ohio Wesleyan University after advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament. The Tartans rolled over first round opponent Calvin College with a score of 3–0 before falling 3–0 to OWU.
Charging against the capitalist empire
A new exhibit that shuns capitalism opens at Miller Gallery.