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Steelers’ Charlie Batch speaks about importance of sports

Charlie Batch speaks about the influence of football on his life and his involvement in the Best of the Batch Foundation.

Scholar-athletes get UAA academic honors

Carnegie Mellon's athletic department announced on Feb. 13 that 59 Carnegie Mellon scholar-athletes were named to the University Athletic Association’s (UAA) All-Academic Recognition list for the winter sports teams

Track at Baldwin-Wallace

The Carnegie Mellon’s track and field teams traveled to Kent, Ohio to compete in the Baldwin Wallace Mid-February meet last Friday. Both the men and women’s teams performed solidly in the un-scored meet.

Basketball defeats New York University away

Carnegie Mellon had the momentum going into the Brandeis game after coming off a strong, 43-point half to defeat New York University Friday night. The Tartans fell three points short of a promising weekend on Sunday, losing to Brandeis 84–81.

Women’s basketball drops games at NYU, Brandeis

The Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team capped off a disappointing week of University Athletic Association (UAA) action with losses to the New York University Violets Friday and the Brandeis University Judges Sunday last week.


Director of Fitness Donna Morosky is making huge strides in improving the fitness environment at Carnegie Mellon. Along with developing the exercise programs...

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