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Three traditional CMU celebrations merge: Cèilidh Weekend

Cèilidh Weekend, drawing its name from the Scottish Gaelic word meaning “visit,” is a celebration for the entire Carnegie Mellon family.

Annual Alumni Awards recognize admirable, diverse achievements

The annual Alumni Awards ceremony honors and celebrates alumni, faculty, and students for their contributions.

Lazarus reflects on medical profession

Blood cancer and transplant expert Dr. Hillard Lazarus (E ’70) is one of two recipients of the 2011 Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award.

Clevenger recognized for work in orchestra

Dale Clevenger (A ’62) has been chosen as this year’s recipient of the College of Fine Arts Distinguished Alumni Award.

2011 Alumni Achievement Award winner profiles

These are brief profiles of the winners of the 2011 Alumni Achievement Award.

Urinetown returns to campus

“It’s a privilege to pee,” claims the Tony Award-winning musical Urinetown.

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.

Keynote lectures highlight diversity

This year, the International Festival will be a part of Cèilidh Weekend, and will celebrate Carnegie Mellon’s cultural diversity.

MayurSASA showcases Diwali, Eid

Carnegie Mellon’s MayurSASA will be hosting a joint celebration of Diwali and Eid ul-Fitr on Thursday.

Cèilidh Weekend Selected Events

A calendar of selected events

A Person's Opinion

What events are you looking forward to during Ceilidh Weekend?

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