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Mental disorders deserve cannabis

While the idea of medical marijuana is progressive by its nature, the proposed Pennsylvania bill reflects fairly conservative — or at least narrow-minded — ideals.

“Proud to Be Plaid” doesn’t mean eager to donate

The alumni giving rate at Carnegie Mellon isn't competitive with that of its peer universities, but there must be a cooperative effort to make the Proud to Be Plaid program a success.

Future of Russia, Europe, needs Ukrainian ceasefire

Ukraine is a country that needs to be rebuilt. The next few days could be key to determining the future of Russia, Ukraine, and all of Europe.

U.S.’s democratic rhetoric at odds with inaction on ISIS

Since ISIS's target has not been the United States, the American government dragged its feet, allowing ISIS to become a major international threat before America did anything meaningful.

CMU should be careful when hitching ride with Uber

While this partnership offers a bright view into the future, there are reasons to be wary of Carnegie Mellon teaming up with a company constantly in the news for all the wrong reasons.

Apple bathes in money, defies business wisdom

Why is the majority is so skeptical of Apple’s success? I believe this is because very few people truly understand Apple’s business model.

A Person's Opinion

The Tartan is preparing to spend this Saturday covered in chocolate and novelty teddy bears. So we asked,
How do you feel about Valentine’s Day?

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