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School of Music celebrates centennial

The School of Music celebrates its centennial with a concert at the Benedum Center.

Gestures exhibit experiments with space

A new exhibit opens at The Mattress Factory, combining art, architecture, and activism.

A farewell to beloved poet Adrienne Rich

A Tartan writer says farewell to the renowned poet who died at 82 last week.

Frame shows BXA student work

The Frame Gallery hosts annual exhibition of BXA student projects.

CMU alumna directs new play The Electric Baby

Carnegie Mellon alumna works with Pittsburgh’s Quantum Theatre on a new play.

Crowd goes loopy for Cursive

The indie rock band performs in Pittsburgh with Cymbals Eat Guitars and Conduits.

Condon demystifies work

The New York-based artist demystifies his unconventional performance art.

Paperhouse

Hailing from the vast expanses of South Dakota, Rachel Ries can bring grown men to tears. Songwriting is an inextricable part of existence for Ries,...

Advice for awkward people

Everything you need to know about sprained ankles and Game of Thrones.

Did You Know?

Did you know that Carnegie Mellon had rifle teams 50 years ago?

Dollar Movie

AB Films presents three Spielberg movies this weekend.

Calendar

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

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