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Based God shares lessons with CMU students

This past week, students on campus were #blessed with the rare opportunity to receive wisdom of all sorts from rapper, motivational speaker, and social media legend Lil B.

Oscars start dialogue as well as entertain

It’s been a contentious awards season, and the drama didn’t stop on Oscar Sunday, Feb. 22.

Frank Underwood is back

Amidst the stirring political atmosphere in the real Washington, Netflix's House of Cards's third season premiered on Friday.

Sweet snack suggestion

Classic puppy chow is Chex cereal coated in a delightful chocolate peanut butter mixture, then tossed in powdered sugar. So simple, so addicting, and not for the weak-willed.

Faces of Work preview engages audience

Not only is Song from the Forest an excellent film that everyone should see, it indicates perfectly that the rest of Carnegie Mellon’s International Film Festival will be superb.

A cappella competition brings talent to CMU

On Friday night, a cappella enthusiasts from around Carnegie Mellon, around Pittsburgh, and even a handful from Michigan gathered to watch their favorite groups compete in regional ICCA quarterfinals


Monday, March 2 John McCauley. The Underground. 6:30 p.m. McCauley, the lead singer from Americana band Deer Tick, will perform at The Underground as...

Women's representation on TV on the up and up

Everyone searches to find a little bit of themselves in a television character. Historically, women have struggled with this, because there have been few types of female characters on screen.

“My Heart Is In the Work” opens at The Frame

The show explores the stress culture perpetuated throughout the Carnegie Mellon community.

Advice for awkward people

Dear Evan, I wrote to you last semester about my regrettable swipe to the right on Tinder, and how I got locked into a date with a guy I never wanted...

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