The indie pop band is scheduled to perform on campus during Carnival weekend.
The film festival will showcase student work and expose viewers to the art of filmmaking.
Triggers will perform on campus during Carnival.
The School of Architecture hosts its annual festival emphasizing interdisciplinary work.
The Carnegie Mellon Concert Choir performs Broadway classics with the PSO.
Winners of the Frame Gallery Grant present their unconventional project.
This #*?! Isn’t Very Funny features the work of Pittsburgh comics powerhouse Jim Rugg.
Paperhouse talks about dub, the reggae-inspired predecessor of hip hop and dubstep.
Everything you need to know about staying drunk and booth sex.
Did you know that Carnegie Mellon’s linguistics major is only five years old?
This week’s calendar is your guide to the many campus events happening during Carnival.