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Playground Festival showcases independent work

School of Drama students showcase independent projects

Community turns to art activism

Mayor John Fetterman and street artist Swoon discuss community building through art.

Ed Piskor discusses unique approach to comics

Local cartoonist tells stories of hackers, rappers, beatniks, and peace activists.

PSO puts on balanced, spiritual performance

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs spiritual pieces, including Brahms’ Requiem.

New album from of Montreal

of Montreal’s latest album, Paralytic Stalks, signals the band’s entry into adulthood.

Spring Awakening addresses provocative issues

Pittsburgh Musical Theater puts on a provocative performance of Spring Awakening.

Local writers spin dark stories

Local writers put dark twists on stories set in familiar locations.

Advice for awkward people

Everything you need to know about beards and pedestrians.


WRCT explains the importance of musical variety.

Did You Know?

Did you know that students celebrated Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day last year?

Dollar Movie

AB Films presents four movies this weekend in McConomy Auditorium.


Find out what’s happening on campus and around Pittsburgh.

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