University ranked poorly among colleges in Forbes
The news is out: Carnegie Mellon remains one of the top 25 universities in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
CMU develops system to thwart Internet attacks
Carnegie Mellon researchers have developed a system, called "Perspectives," that makes accessing shared internet networks much safer.
Public interest should be in candidates’ ideas, not personas
How many of us can really say that we know as much about the issues concerning the election as we do the private lives of the people debating them?
ATHLETE PROFILE: Aislinn McCloskey
Recently receiving the honor of Volleyball Athlete of the Week from the University Athletic Association (UAA), sophomore Aislinn McCloskey has had a promising beginning to her first fall season with the team. The Tartan took time to talk to newcomer McCloskey about how the sport affects her life at Carnegie Mellon University and her hopes for her rookie season.
Thinking outside the box
The new exhibit at the Miller Gallery speaks out against the encroachment of community space by capitalist construction.