Indie rock band Tokyo Police Club will perform at Carnegie Mellon on Nov. 12.
Tokyo Police Club, who will be performing on Carnegie Mellon's campus on Nov. 12, discusses its latest project.
Nuns and gamblers alike graced Chosky Theater this weekend in the School of Music’s production of Sacred and Profane.
“Music is Alive: The Fourth Annual A CaPittsburgh Project,” a charity concert put on every year by Carnegie Mellon’s a cappella groups, was held in Rangos Hall this past Saturday.
Senior directing major Christian Fleming adapted Urinetown: The Musical, a Tony award-winning play by Mark Holman and Greg Kotis, in a production put on by Scotch’n’Soda Theatre.
This past Friday night, Carnegie Mellon students displayed a wide array of individual and group talent in the Cèilidh Student Showcase.
You'll be surprised by how simple it is to make these spooky treats and how much fun you have along the way.
If midterms bogged you down and left you without time to shop or create a costume, then no worries. Below are a bunch of costume ideas that are both inexpensive and relatively quick to make.
The Arctic Monkeys made their second appearance in Pittsburgh on Oct. 18 at Stage AE, coming off the release of their latest album, Suck It and See.
Everything you need to know about getting and keeping a girlfriend.
Dissing digitalized music ignores the many opportunities it provides.
Carnegie Tech professors challenge students to a golf showdown.
A Q & A session with director and alumnus Greg Marcks will be held after his film 11:14.
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