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Student-written musical Guts truly gutsy

Last Friday, I had the privilege of attending the opening night of Guts, a small musical built from the ground up at Carnegie Mellon University.

Love, Betrayal, Deceit

I was very intrigued when I first heard Othello, written by William Shakespeare and directed by Ted Pappas, was playing at the Pittsburgh Public Theater.

Calendar

Monday 4/27/15 The FBI: Safeguarding National Security. Kresge Theatre, CFA. 4:30 p.m. The sixth director of the FBI, Robert S. Mueller III, is coming...

Daredevil: Justice is blind in Hell’s Kitchen

The current TV show that started on Netflix on April 10 does bring a lot of action, but it brings much more character development and a deep and rich origin story.

Make the most of a potentially boring summer

We, the increasingly panicked hordes, are still waiting on job leads and the couple or couple dozen fishing lines (résumés, cover letters, and applications) we’ve flung into the void.

A senior looks back on The Tartan experience

From four years writing reviews for The Tartan, here’s my list of the best of the best:

Advice for awkward people

Dear Evan, Senior year, post-Carnival: I’m suffering from a more-than-mild existential crisis. I’ve grown to hate school; heck, part of the culture at...

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