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Carnegie Mellon students creep their way to fame

Rarely do college students take center stage in national debates about artistic plagiarism, but that's exactly what happened to Carnegie Mellon first-years Joe Reilly and Sean Hoffman.

‘History Hungama’ entertains and educates audience

The Mayur South Asian Student Alliance, or MayurSASA for short, presented its 2011 show “History Hungama” on Saturday, giving its viewers a true taste of Bollywood.

Student compositions take center stage

Last Friday, three of Carnegie Mellon’s music composition students got the chance to shine when the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic performed their compositions at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall.

Radiohead experiments with sound

Radiohead is anything but normal. In its latest release, The King of Limbs, every moment of the album’s mere 37 minutes is an exercise in the abstract.

Test Drive Unlimited 2 improves original

Even from the start screen, Test Drive Unlimited 2 looks like a massive game.

Hair recalls a bygone clash of generations

The classic rock musical Hair made its way to Heinz Hall as a part of the PNC Broadway Across America National Tour last week.

Tales from Abroad: London

THe author decided to be productive during the summer after his freshman year by studying at the London School of Economics.


Motörhead is the distillation of a sound unbounded.

Dollar movie

Find out what special events are happening this week with Dollar Movie.

Did you know?

Ten years ago, a Forum writer ranted about what he referred to as “cause heads.”

Everything you need to know

Find out how to protect yourself from the inevitable robotic zombie uprising.


Find out what events are taking place this week in Pittsburgh.

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