Carnival at Carnegie Mellon is not just any other carnival — it’s the epitome of creativity, innovation, and excitement.
Didn’t rise early enough to watch the Buggy races? Flip to get a recap.
Scotch’n’Soda’s Spring Carnival performance this year was, in one word, incredible.
I Love You, Man puts a quirky new spin on the average clichéd chick flick.
You’d think it would be impossible to make it big with a band name like that.
AB Comedy showcased a man who has reached a new level of comedic genius in today’s world: Zach Galifianakis.
Every year during Carnival, the brothers (and sisters) of Alpha Phi Omega build the concession booth.
Carnival is a time for Carnegie Mellon students to leave their books in their rooms and enjoy a four-day weekend.
Rent is not your average musical, at least not in the sense that the word “musical” typically implies.
Theater is not always about entertainment.
Mustache Required and The Hood Gang perform at Carnival.
In my mind, it was never a question about whether I would study abroad in France.
At last, Carnival kicks off with a bang as it unofficially marks the start to the end of the semester.
Indie rock group Peter Bjorn and John’s “Young Folks” track is primarily the reason why people started listening to the band.
Read The Tartan staff's responses to these different questions about Carnival.
Check out the movies showing this week.
Find out what happened when an unknown perpetrator attacked Buggy participants last year.
Get advice on how tell your friends they smell and how to make your major sound more interesting.
Love Prince? Get some inspiration for a love letter from this week’s Paperhouse.
Few compilations of short stories pack a punch like AIDS Sutra does.
Rebirth, a hip-hop concert, plays out in Rangos on Thursday, and a Thai food festival happens in Merson Courtyard on Tuesday. Read on for more events on and around campus this week.
Best horoscopes ever, or at least this week.