Aaron Staton and Zachary Quinto sit down with The Tartan and talk about politics, Halloween, and B There.
This past weekend, Carnegie Mellon’s School of Music performed The Coronation of Poppea, an opera in three acts by Claudio Monteverdi.
Last Thursday, Chapelle’s Show came to Carnegie Mellon — part of it, at least.
It’s that time of year again! Yes, that jolly ole time of zombies and witches is back again.
Looking for something to do on Halloween? Here's a list of places you can visit.
The Halloween spirit takes over again as television stations and movie theaters are filled with new and classic horror films. This year, Saw comes out...
The best thing about cold weather is the food. Specifically, custard — coconut milk custard, that is. Even better is coconut milk custard in a pumpkin.
The School of Music has revealed the identity of the celebrity conductor who will conduct the Philharmonic’s January concert at Carnegie Hall in New York.
“We have one shot at this.” By “this,” Wilson meant Radio Golf, the epic final play of a 10-play cycle Wilson began in 1984.
A night with songwriters Dean and Britta playing original songs to 13 of Andy Warhol’s four-minute films was not meant for wayward Carnegie Mellon students.
At the Carnegie Museum of Art, the corner wing on the second floor is sterile, a dead end.
In 2005, the Brooklyn-based rock band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah found what every musician in the post-music-industry-collapse age was looking for.
It’s been a staple of comedy since everyone’s formative preschool years, when children would ask each other: “Why did the chicken cross the road?”
Designers are moving away from trends and toward timeless, versatile pieces.
In the exhibition at the Frick, From Michelangelo to Annibale Carracci: A Century of Italian Drawings from the Prado, 70 drawings by Italian artists are displayed.
Find out just what the Tartan staff thinks about scary places on campus and college kids trick-or-treating.
That library nap may not be such a good idea. Read more to find out why.
This week's selection of films includes American Teen, Hellboy 2, Boogie Nights, and Diary of the Dead.
Find out just what Tech students paid for tuition in 1908 and see why ZBT was dismissed in the '80s.
What it comes down to is this: Video killed the radio star, and YouTube killed the music video.
Event listings for Oct. 27–Nov.3.
The Emerson Quartet returns to Pittsburgh tonight when it opens the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society’s 2008–09 season. At 8 p.m. at Carnegie Music Hall,...