This year’s Booth season, with strong first-time competitors, politically charged themes, and a couple of unfortunate accidents, was worthy of the theme “Extra! Extra! Read all about it!”.
Pittsburgh’s gray skies parted for Buggy 2008, the biggest day of the year for members of the 12 organizations who participate each year.
This Carnival, Scotch ’n’ Soda proudly celebrated its 70th anniversary with a performance of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
By 10 a.m. Thursday morning, Wiegand Gym was the scene of 11 student organizations and almost 30 buggies.
Spiritual organization OM celebrates Holi, the Indian festival of colors, on campus.
This season, Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama has engaged itself with Pittsburgh in a production called The Commedia Project.
Friday, competitors and their mobots raced to the finish for prizes and glory.
Read a review of this year's Carnival band, The Roots, and their opening act, Nouveau Riche.
AB Comedy hosts a comedy event at Carnival, showcasing Human Giant and No Parking Players.
Mellon Arena was in a Pittsburgh state of mind as Billy Joel wowed his audience in concert Friday night.
Eat Carnival snacks year-round with these recipes for funnel cake and deep fried Oreos.
Read about the new course being offered to help plan for after graduation.
Carnegie Mellon alum aids Randy Pausch in converting his final lecture into a book, The Last Lecture.
While the name “mixtape” might be persistent in our culture, the devices for transmitting the art continue to change.
This week's style profiles center on Carnival fashion by students from both Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh.
Get advice on having sex for the first time and finding a significant other.
Catch reviews of the movies showing this week.
IBM computers come to campus. Find out what came next (hint: it involves the "interwebs").
Learn why one writer is frustrated with Carnegie Mellon's choice in music.
This week's list of events.