Anna Walsh Contributing Editor
Activities Board announces Tokyo Police Club as headliner for fall concert
A Mountie riding an elephant, the Japanese flag, and the initials “TPC”: These were the only clues the Activities Board provided on its posters as to the identity of the headlining band for its fall concert. While they might seem unrelated, these clues make sense once you know Tokyo Police Club is coming to perform at Carnegie Mellon on Nov. 12.Pillbox | October 31, 2011
New Found Glory. Club Zoo. 7 p.m.
AB Coffeehouse: A Halloween Dance Party featuring Remix Artist Collective. Rangos Hall. 8 p.m.
School of Design Lecture: “Growing Objects.” Breed Hall (Margaret Morrison 103). 5 p.m.
Celebrating Pittsburgh: Its Character and Significance. Kresge Theater, Carlow University. 7:30 p.m.Pillbox | October 31, 2011
School of Music to perform two one-act opera pieces
Convents and debauchery come together this weekend in the School of Music’s opera show, Sacred and Profane. The performance consists of two one-act shows: Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht’s “Mahagonny-Songspiel” and Giacomo Puccini’s “Suor Angelica.”Special | October 24, 2011
Clevenger recognized for work in orchestra
Dale Clevenger (A ’62), the principal horn player for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO), has been chosen as this year’s recipient of the College of Fine Arts Distinguished Alumni Award. Clevenger has been in the CSO for 45 years; he currently serves as a professor of horn at Roosevelt University and an adjunct professor at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music.Special | October 24, 2011
Carnegie Mellon students sing on the small screen
First-year student performs on Sing-Off with award-winning high school a cappella group
Ethan Crystal has barely begun his education at Carnegie Mellon, but his ambitions already expand far beyond the confines of campus. This past summer, he performed with his high school a cappella group, Soul’d Out, on the television talent show The Sing-Off.Pillbox | October 17, 2011