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Plan the perfect first date in the ’Burgh

Discover the perfect first-date idea for your new beau this Valentine's Day.

2010 Valentine’s Day gift guide

Find out the best gifts for your significant other this Valentine’s Day.

Hallmark redefines the holidays

Sick of the Hallmark holidays? Before you knock the celebrations, take a look inside their histories.

Surprise your valentine with a personalized mix tape

What does your mix-tape say to your significant other? Read along as this author explores his options.

Sinful sounds to ‘jazz’ up your holiday

Discover what jazz, the language of love, can do for you this holiday.

Art news on campus

Coker College has recognized Carnegie Mellon professor Terrance Hayes as their first poet laureate.

Amorous aphrodisiacs create delectable desserts

Cooking for Valentine’s Day? Here are some tips for the perfect meal.

Ask The Tartan: Valentine's Day

Read and discover how The Tartan staff spends their Valentine's Day.

Motion City Soundtrack rocks the stage and the stereo

Motion City Soundtrack impresses audiences with their notable performances and popular new record.

Tony Award-winning musical hits Pittsburgh

Just last week, In the Heights! played Pittsburgh's Benedum Center to rave reviews.

Campus chic

Valentine’s Day is coming soon and with it comes the anticipation of a date or a party. Whether it’s a date with a significant other or one landed out...

Tales from abroad: Tokyo

Read along as this writer explores the districts of Tokyo with his international classmates.

Consider the ups and downs of this weekend’s movie date

Read along as this author describes the pros and cons of your Valentine's Day movie choice.

Everything you need to know

Advice for those who can't make friends and those who want new ones.

Dollar movie

Horror movies on Valentine’s Day? Only at Carnegie Mellon.


Last Wednesday, rock journalist Chuck Klosterman lectured on the media’s influence on how we, as individuals, perceive reality. The topic itself was broad,...


MONDAY02.08.10 Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture Lecture Series: Lars Spuybroek. Carnegie Museum of Art. 6:30 p.m. AcoustiCafe Open Stage. Club...

Did you know?

Find out which Space Odyssey reference fraternity brothers used to attract partygoers 25 years ago.


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