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Asking the big questions about love

“Do you think it’s better to put a lot of effort into finding love, or leave it to fate?” That’s the first question of Daniel Jones’ quiz, a love quiz...

Smashing mash-up meets thespian opera

It fell somewhere in between a live mixtape and an operatic variety show.

Film Festival finishes season

Saturday night marked the end of the almost month-long run of Carnegie Mellon’s student-run International Film Festival: Faces of Work.

Travel back in time to 19th-century Russia

Watching Chekhov’s Three Sisters at Purnell’s Philip Chosky Theatre was seeing reality splayed across a 19th-century Russian backdrop.

A modern day telenovela

The difference that makes Jane the Virgin so good is that, unlike with telenovelas, the show is rooted in reality and has amazing actors that make the characters personable.

Carnival abounds with artistic expression

Kiltie Band Concert. Thursday, April 16. 3:30-4:30 p.m. Midway Main Tent. Come hear the dulcet tones of one of Carnegie Mellon’s most beloved — and weirdest...

Advice for awkward people

Dear Evan, My ex is coming back for Carnival, and she texted me last night asking if I wanted to hang out with her over the weekend. I was planning on...

Movies in McConomy

Into the Woods Thursday, Apr. 16 8 & 10:30 p.m. Meryl Streep is a perfect human, so there’s no question as to why Into the Woods is so superb. A...


Monday 4/13/15 Tiananmen Exiles: Voices of the Struggle for Democracy in China. GHC 4307. 4:30-6:30 p.m. Join Rowena Xiaoqing He of Harvard University...

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