Chalita Maneetham Staffwriter

Class of 2011


  • Brunch locations abound in the 'Burgh

    Many students get a well-deserved break during Spring Carnival, using the days off to take life slightly slower. Some have parents and friends visiting Pittsburgh to participate in the fun. For most students, getting parents and friends to visit means getting to drive in a car around Pittsburgh, rather than just taking the bus. When students aren’t restricted to the Port Authority routes, they can...

    Pillbox | April 4, 2011
  • Waffallonia's staying power is questionable

    Specialized food shops seem to be a growing trend in Pittsburgh. First there was Dozen Bake Shop for delicious cupcakes, and then there was Razzy Fresh for frozen yogurt. They both have limited menus, but sell food that is affordable, well-liked, and consistent.

    Pillbox | March 28, 2011
  • Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival celebrates migration

    The 2011 Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival: Faces of Migration celebrates the art of filmmaking and will run March 17–April 10 with a special screening on Wednesday, March 2. The Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival brings independent and foreign films spanning multiple genres, from documentaries to short fictional films. The theme of this year's festival is Faces of Migration. Th...

    Pillbox | February 28, 2011
  • Hugo discusses the art of collaboration

    A blues cover of Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” may sound questionable, but British-born music artist Hugo manages to pull it off with great success in his upcoming album Old Tyme Religion. The Tartan had the opportunity to interview him when he came to Club AE last Saturday.

    You have two singles coming out: “99 Problems” and “Bread & Butter.” Can you tell us a little bit about your music?

    Pillbox | February 7, 2011
  • Leadership Perspectives

    For many students, the decision to come to Carnegie Mellon University was based not only on the hope of getting a great education but also on graduating and getting a great job. We have spent the last year organizing the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) to make sure that is the case.

    Forum | September 13, 2010

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