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Carnegie Mellon’s best-kept secret — and the ’Burgh’s latest

You’ve oohed and ahhed over the rare book section in Hunt Library, contributed your own personal millimeter to the Fence, and you know the Kraus Campo...

Matisse and his Sister come to Pittsburgh

Serendipity adds to life a lasting, stubborn reason to believe in something magical; if something is serendipitous, it is a happy accident. Serendipity...

Service emerges as important design element

Imagine a world where being a patient in an emergency room doesn’t mean waiting five hours to be seen by a doctor, and where navigating through Doherty...

Beyond Pittsburgh’s pierogies: Food Week

Summer brings new relationships, experiences, and tastes, but here in Pittsburgh, winter comes too soon. Before going into that long winter hibernation,...

New organizations unite

We are officially back in school. It’s time to hit the books, but what about extracurricular activities? New and returning students alike should beware...

Try Greek for a week

What comes to your mind when you hear the term “sorority”? Excessive partying and binge drinking? Blonde, ditzy airheads? That law that defines any house...

Big Al’s Metal Shop

“It is a good time to be an American Metal fan.” This is the thought that raced through my mind as I stood before the mighty Exodus last Wednesday. For...

Paperhouse

We left you hanging last week — you are probably wondering how to break into “experimental” music, but you don’t know where to start, right? There’s abstract...

did you know?

50 September 25, 1956 Carnegie Tech recently revealed its homecoming queen candidates. Out of the vast selection of gorgeous women to choose from, seven...

dollar movie

Wed 9/13 NO MOVIE Thu 9/14 El Mariachi 8 10 12 From the director of Spy Kids and Sin City (and The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D) comes the...

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