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First-year becomes K-pop singing sensation

First-year Chris Hong was recently a finalist in an international Korean pop competition.

Campus offers plenty of coffee resource

Find out what locations on campus offer the best coffee at the best price.

Museum honors professor

A new exhibit at the American Jewish Museum honors a Carnegie Tech art professor.

No instruments? No problem

No Instruments Aloud showcased seven different a cappella groups.

Noah and the Whale fails to meet expectations

The band’s newest album, Last Night on Earth, fails to live up to the quality of its past albums.

Collage Concert showcases talent

The Collage Concert is an annual event that showcases performances from Carnegie Mellon’s major music ensembles, as well as solo performances by Carnegie Mellon’s students and faculty.

Tales from Abroad: Jamaica

Carnegie Mellon engineering students took a service trip over spring break.

Dollar Movie

Ben Stiller, Daft Punk, and mathematician John Nash are all featured in this week’s films.

Did You Know?

Find out how much Greek Sing song selections have changed in the past 50 years.


Godspeed You! Black Emperor is a prime example of what post-rock should sound like.

Everything you need to know

Find out how to pick a major that's best for you and how to scare away girls.


Find out what's happening this week in Pittsburgh.

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