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Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival celebrates migration

The 2011 Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival: Faces of Migration celebrates the art of filmmaking and will run March 17–April 10 with a special screening on Wednesday, March 2.

No plans? No problem: Ideas for your spring break

There are just a couple of days left until spring break, and excitement about going home is building up. However, for many people, spring break doesn’t entail being able to go home.

Esperanza Spalding updates jazz genre

Many people were very surprised by this year’s winner of the Best New Artist award at the 53rd Grammy Awards.

School of Drama’s most recent production is a w-i-n-n-e-r

The musical follows 10 spelling bee competitors, four of whom are audience members, as they battle to win the titular competition.

Take a novel trip into the art world

Provenance tells the true story of John Drewe, a British con man who eluded capture for nine years as he managed to sell counterfeit art.

Plain White T’s keep things cozy

The Plain White T’s are on their “Wonders of the Younger” tour, and they performed in Pittsburgh at Mr. Small’s Theatre last Thursday.

Tales from Abroad: Oxford

If you are contemplating whether you should study abroad, then I have one line of advice for you to make your choice easier: Just go for it!

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So, there’s this hip hop producer in Los Angeles that goes by Bei Ru. He’s doing some magical things.

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