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Pittsburgh Arts organizations merge

The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and Pittsburgh Filmmakers are two cultural and artistic organizations in Pittsburgh that offer programs for the surrounding...

Rolling Stones and Pearl Jam let the good times roll

How do you know you?re in a great band? Obviously, you have to have good music. You have to be able to adapt with the times without essentially changing...

Double Majoring Dilemma

At Carnegie Mellon, double-majoring has gained a new meaning. It?s become the new norm where even a minor was once considered overloading. Traditionally,...

ACLU's Banned Book Reading

CMU kids like to take risks. According to the facebook, 287 CMU students list The Catcher in the Rye as one of their favorite books. More than 500 like...

Remedy comes to Rangos

?I represent real hip-hop,? a short, bulky white man said, dressed in grey sweats and a Kangol cap. In a music industry where image is everything and...

Big Al's Metal Review

Remember the last time you got cut off in traffic? Yeah, you do. When dealing with the aggressive drivers of the world, it helps to have a CD that lets...

CMU Philharmonic season starts

Juan Pablo Izquierdo, conductor of the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, successfully launched the season last Wednesday with a colorful program of contrasting...

Did Ya Know?

50 Years Ago October 4, 1955 The Tartan reported on those lucky gals who became candidates for CMU's Homecoming queen. One of the reported candidates...

Calendar

Monday, October 3 Jeff Miller & Anna Vogelzang. Starbucks Coffee shop. 2345 Murray Avenue, Squirrel Hill. 8 pm. Free. Tuesday, October 4 Russell...

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Wednesday, October 5 An American in Paris 8 10 12 Back in the old days, Americans didn’t hate the French. In fact, they regularly lived in cities...

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