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Citywide Pittsburgh Biennial comes to campus

The Miller Gallery debuted its branch of the citywide Pittsburgh Biennial last week.

Catherine is home-wreckingly captivating

This new video game revolves around realistic social issues that are pertinent to its audience.

Footlights conquer campus

After a memorable performance last year, the Cambridge Footlights returned to campus and delivered in a big way.

Meishi Street documents Chinese displacement

This film documents Chinese citizens whose homes are being demolished by the government.

Girls keeps its music fresh

The San Francisco band Girls released its follow-up EP Father, Son, Holy Ghost on Sept. 12. Despite the musical variance from the band’s previous work, reception has been incredibly positive.

Artists discuss impact of global 'mega-events'

"Global Cities, Model Worlds" discussed the importance of 'mega-events.'

Coinbox concentrates on cash

In this new Flash game, the player has only one goal: to make more money.

Tales from Abroad: Aracena

Two students discuss spending their summer working with organic farmers in Spain.

Advice for awkward people

Learn how to throw a party and how to take care of your mean, drunken friends.

Paperhouse

What is music but a fight against the entropy of random noise?

Did You Know?

Discover which Tartan column was hopelessly sexist in 1961.

Dollar movie

Find out what upcoming movie AB Films is hosting a screening of this week.

Calendar

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

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