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From the 'Basement' to the Big Apple

A Carnegie Mellon student theater troupe performs in New York City to positive reviews.

Annie sprinkles love across Carnegie Mellon

Annie Sprinkle visited Carnegie Mellon this past week and hosted several events, including a lecture and an ecosexual walking tour.

50/50 discovers humor in cancer struggle

Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in a film that tries to find humor in cancer.

Pittsburgh Symphony triumphs

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra opens its 2011–2012 season with Anne-Sophie Mutter.

Salt of the Earth impresses

This new restaurant in Garfield combines unusual flavors with incredible results.

New Girl relies on quirky lead

New Girl relies on Zooey Deschanel's offbeat sense of humor.

Tales from Abroad: Buenos Aires

One night you're having the time of your life; the next you're walking down a street when a man comes from behind, pulls a knife out on you in broad daylight, and demands you give him your camera.

Advice for awkward people

Learn how to navigate your way home and how to make conversation.

Did you know?

The Tartan has advice for those attending the BOC and TOC job fairs five years ago.

Dollar movie

Find out what movies AB Films is playing in McConomy Auditorium this week.

Paperhouse

What is it about audiences at concerts that makes them so interesting?

Calendar

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

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