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The Lost Campus

On Friday, Carnegie Mellon University and its department of civil and environmental engineering held a ceremony at Porter Hall to commemorate the building’s...

Primal worship challenges intellectual norms

Theater performances will often seek to provide audiences enlightenment or entertainment, but last week, the School of Drama directly confronted, challenged,...

Screenwriters find an outlet

At Carnegie Mellon, talent doesn’t like to keep to itself. From drama performances in Purnell to student art on display at The Frame, there’s always something...

Russian Film Symposium hits Pittsburgh

The annual Russian Film Symposium has arrived. Through Saturday, students interested in Russian history, film, and sociology will be able to see several...

Bringing literature and art to the city of Steel

Pittsburgh has long been known as “Steel City,” but new city rankings suggest it might be better referred to as the ’Burgh of Books or the Area of Art....

Big Al’s Metal Shop

Dear Readers, This being the last column of the semester, I want to mention a few of the nice things coming our way this summer. Of course, there is...

Stick It to the critics

Concerned about your safety? You should be, because the entire Pittsburgh SWAT team was out in full force last Wednesday to watch some undersized teen...

What will rock the box office this summer?

One of the reasons people look forward to the summer is the inevitable rush of movies. This summer is no exception — we finally get the three-quels we’ve...

dollar movie

Wednesday, May 3 * *Amélie ** 10 12:30 If you haven’t seen this movie, you’ve either been living under a rock or thought you were so super-indie-cultured...

Did you know?

50 May 16, 1956 A survey taken by Carnegie Tech addressed the post-graduate careers of Tech alumni. Interestingly, the most popular response was “housewife.”...

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