Tuesday, October 11
Dancers' Symposium Open Class
Morewood Multipurpose Room
8 P.M.–9 P.M.
General Admission: Free

Dancers' Symposium will be hosting open classes all semester for all Carnegie Mellon students. The dance styles of these classes range from hip hop to jazz to contemporary. Dancers of all technique levels and styles are encouraged to come.


[ITAL]The Playboy of the Western World[ITAL]
Purnell Center of the Arts

[ITAL]The Playboy of the Western World[ITAL] is the first play of the School of Drama 2016–2017 season. This controversial play caused riots upon opening in 1907 because of the way it depicts Ireland. Come out to see a play put on by the talented School of Drama that promises not to disappoint.

Saturday, October 15
Cohon Center, Rangos Hall
7 p.m.–10:30 p.m.
Pre-Sale Tickets: $5
At-door Tickets: $10

Carnegie Mellon's Counterpoint presents the first A Capella concert of the school year. Welcome the new members in each of the eight A Capella groups at Carnegie Mellon and hear some beautiful tunes all night long. Proceeds from the event will benefit People to People music charity.

Saturday, October 15
Strip Crawl!
12 P.M–6 P.M.
Carnegie Mellon Students: Free

Sponsored by the Carnegie Mellon Student Senate, explore the Strip District full of discounted prices, quality Pittsburgh food, and fun. Free bus rides are offered from the intersection Margaret Morrison and Tech Street every 20 minutes to 2301 Smallman Street at the Strip District. The first bus is at 12 and the last run is at 5:40. If you are over 21, bring an official ID to receive free wine and whiskey samples.

Saturday, October 15-Sunday, October 16
Maker Faire Pittsburgh
10 Children's Way, Allegheny Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
10 A.M.–6 P.M.
Adult Tickets: $12
Children's and Seniors: $8

Come out to a Pittsburgh DIY event that features makers of all ages. Crafters of all kinds will be showcasing what they make and how to make it. There will be demos, car-racing, drones flying, and much more hands-on fun at this two day event.

Friday, October 14
Millennium Actress
Row House Cinema
4115 Butler St, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15201
9:30 P.M.–11.15 P.M.
Tickets: $10

Check out Satoshi Kon's animated postmodernist comedy-drama adventure film. This 2001 film is loosely based on the lives of actresses Setsuko Hara and Hideko Takamine and tells the story of two filmmakers that investigate the life of a retired actress. This is a one time only screening so be sure not to miss it!