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Pittsburgh has plenty to offer during summer

Although the fickle weather of the last couple of weeks might suggest otherwise, summer is, in fact, only a few weeks away.

Will Grayson elevates genre

John Green and David Levithan team up to write a realistic depiction of teenage life.

Script competition brings Hollywood to Pittsburgh

One company, the Steeltown Entertainment Project, is doing what it can to encourage Pittsburgh's growing cinematic reputation through its Steeltown Film Factory competition.

Performance art is on a roll

Every year at Carnival, students eagerly gather to watch Buggy pushers race to the finish line in competition for first place. Last Monday, though, a different sort of race took place.

Woon resurrects old-school R&B

Woon released his debut studio album Mirrorwriting on April 18. The hypnotic tunes and the soft, smooth voice of Woon together on this album revive key elements of '90s old-school R&B.

Scream 4 returns to its character and plot roots

Even though Scream 4 cannot match up to the thrill provided by the original Scream movie, it will still be a must-view for horror movie fanatics.

Tales from Abroad: England

In the summer of 2008, having few plans for time off after my sophomore year of high school, I stumbled across the opportunity to study at Jesus College at the University of Cambridge.

Everything you need to know

Find out how to handle your roommates' out-of-control drunk friends.

Paperhouse

Read along as the author reflects upon late-night musical adventures.

Did You Know?

Find out what an odd program there was for Andrew Carnegie's visit to Carnegie Mellon.

Calendar

Find out what's happening in Pittsburgh this week.

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