Abhishek Tayal

Class of 2018


  • Special: Fall Activities Board Preview

    Hey everyone!

    My name is Abhi Kelkar, the Main Chair of Carnegie Mellon University’s Activities Board for this upcoming year. We are the campus’ primary entertainment booking organization in charge of your concerts, lectures, comedians, movies, special events, political speakers, and more. Here’s a special glimpse at just some of the events we have coming up this Fall (with many more)!

    Pillbox | August 31, 2015
  • Student-written musical Guts truly gutsy

    Last Friday, I had the privilege of attending the opening night of Guts, a small musical built from the ground up at Carnegie Mellon University. Performed in Kresge Auditorium within the College of Fine Arts in front of more than 250 people, Guts was an immensely moving experience. I walked out with a broken smile on my face, and a ton of big ideas in my mind. Written by senior electrical and ...

    Pillbox | April 27, 2015
  • Matt and Kim get CMU dancing and grooving

    Carnegie Mellon students, bogged down for long semesters by the pressures of being Carnegie Mellon students, are known to leave their responsibilities in the classroom and party hard enough to turn any parent red for that one special extra long weekend every year: Spring Carnival. This year, nowhere was this more true than at Saturday night’s Matt and Kim concert. People danced wildly, sang, and s...

    Pillbox | April 20, 2015
  • 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. The characters are authentic — hopeful and hurting and flawed, so real that their lives seem to spill over into ours. And despite, or perhaps because of, the constant meditations on posterity, the entire production seems incredibly immediate, as if it were writte...

    Pillbox | April 13, 2015
  • Student musicians share their talents

    Skibo Café isn’t the first place you’d expect to hear live, soulful, acoustic renditions of some of your favorite songs. And yet, a small musical miracle occured last Thursday evening, when Skibo played host to a smattering of independent campus musicians, all of whom played their hearts out in an attempt to enthrall those lucky enough to be present. Some of the music was utterly breathtaking and ...

    Pillbox | April 6, 2015

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