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Buggy: Life on the edge

The most common question any Fringe member gets asked has to be: “What does Fringe do?” The answer is simple: Since 1969, Fringe has been doing whatever...

Fully operational

“That’s not a moon.... It’s a booth!” The brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon were all wearing shirts with this phrase — a parody of a famous line from the...

Brooms and umbrellas mark this year's Buggy competition

In addition to the usual sights on race day — Pi Kappa Alpha’s (PiKA) signature 1920s fire truck and onlookers with their cups of coffee — brooms and...

Where did Booth 2006 take you?

It started off with a bang: The opening of Midway was marked by the moving “Another Time and Place” sign falling off the arch. This slight mishap was...

AB Concerts brings Big City Rock, Phantom Planet, and The Secret Machines to Carnival

The year’s hottest groups were playing on campus Friday night to a packed house of enthusiastic Carnegie Mellon students and local music buffs. The Secret...

S 'n' S takes audiences to a City of Angels

“Only the floor kept her legs from going on forever.” Maybe you should try using something like that at your next party — it worked as one of the fabulously...

Young teams dominate this year's Mobot race

Wheels, or sometimes feet, propel them; skirts of trash bags hang from their sides. They move of their own accord, making the hours of work that go into...

Carnegie Mellon: easy to laugh at

So did you see that funny guy at the “non-alcoholic fair?” It was great, man; like we all did a “round of waters” and then went. With jokes like this,...

CarnEVIL?

The Morewood parking lot has been narrowed by yellow CAUTION borders, fluorescent wristbands have replaced every band fan’s watch, and the Carnival promising...

The anatomy of Sweepstakes

The Buggy It doesn’t happen anywhere else in the nation. It defines its own college subculture — one of early morning practices, late-night build sessions,...

APhriedOreos

Spring Carnival: a time when Carnegie Mellon students come out from their dorm rooms, cubicles, and computer clusters to temporarily halt their work and...

Purple powder people

What can be bad about an event where paint-throwing is encouraged? Welcome to Holi, the Hindu festival of colors. It falls annually on one of the full...

dollar movie

Wednesday, 4/26 10 12 * *1984 ** Did you know that the CIA changed the ending to this movie? From a New York Times article: “The agency ... changed the...

Did you know?

*50* May 1, 1956 There was much excitement this year during the Spring Carnival season. An “unscheduled rally” took place on Morewood Avenue, in which...

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