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Pop Cabaret bridges campus, community

Through the bizarre and the eccentric, this class of 12 diverse students create short solo and group performances that draw from an assortment of cultural issues.

Bhangra in the Burgh troupes perform for charity

On Saturday, 2,500 people filled up the auditorium in Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall to watch the fifth annual Bhangra in the Burgh dance competition.

PSO showcases new compositions, players’ talent

Carnegie Mellon Night at the PSO offered a vibrant and contemporary program to Carnegie Mellon students in the audience and showcased the talent of PSO members.

Alum discusses finalist script

Alumna Kelleigh Greenberg discusses her critically acclaimed screenplay, Blood Bound.

1,2,3 coming to Carnegie Mellon

1,2,3, which is opening for Tokyo Police Club in Rangos Ballroom on Nov. 12, was formed by Snyder and percussionist Josh Sickels.

Pageant promotes philanthropy

Mohit Moondra, a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, was crowned Mr. Fraternity 2011 on Friday night in Rangos Hall at Kappa Alpha Theta’s “The Fraternity League.”

The Ides of March reveals ugly side of human nature

Even for the apolitical movie-goer, The Ides of March — directed by George Clooney and starring Clooney, Ryan Gosling, and Evan Rachel Wood — is a political thriller that entertains.

Advice for awkward people

Everything you need to know about fake advice to fake people.

Paperhouse

The writer reviews Real Estate’s sophomore album, Days.

Did you know?

Forum writer Christian Restipo predicts the downfall of the automotive industry.

Dollar movie

Ab Films celebrates Steven Spielberg this week with four Spielberg films.

Calendar

Find out what's happening on campus and around Pittsburgh this week.

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