Andy Birla

Class of 2017


  • Quiros displays excellence on and off the soccer field

    The Carnegie Mellon Women’s Soccer team had an especially strong season with important contributions from all their players. However, the influence of one midfielder in particular served as part of the teams’s driving force when getting the ball into the opponent’s net. Carson Quiros is a junior professional writing and creative writing double major who plays central midfield for the Tartans. She ...

    Sports | April 13, 2015
  • CMU Track and Field puts up big numbers in Quad Meet

    It seems quite fitting that after a week of dismal weather, the sun rises on our athletes as they go out to shine in the 2015 Quad meet featuring athletes from four schools (Pennsylvania State University: Behrend; Westminster University; Carnegie Mellon University; and Washington and Jefferson University).

    Sports | April 6, 2015
  • Russell Westbrook wins MVP, leads West to All-Star win

    Last weekend was an extremely special one for the world. It was one of the few times in the year when passion rose above all and freakishly scary things happened. Last weekend was the “All-Star Weekend” for the National Basketball Association (NBA) — not to mention Valentine’s Day and Friday the 13th. Our story begins on Sunday night: Up until that point, the West had dominated the weekend, with G...

    Sports | February 23, 2015
  • Seth Cordts captains CMU to successes in senior season

    It is no easy feat to captain a team from a slump to back-to-back home wins. What makes this accomplishment even more eye-popping is that the last back-to-back home wins occurred 5 years ago, and this time around, both games were won by double digits against teams that are highly ranked. For senior guard Seth Cordts, doing all of the above was not impressive enough, as he went on to be the leading...

    Sports | February 16, 2015
  • Tartans’ basketball splits against Washington University

    The Carnegie Mellon’s women’s basketball team had a very atypical start, compared with their previous home games of the season, in their game against the Washington University in St. Louis Bears. The Tartans struggled to find a rhythm offensively, and were baffled defensively by the Bears’ ball circulation. This led to an early lead for the Bears, which they would hold on to for the rest of the ga...

    Sports | February 9, 2015

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