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Eloquent Eggs & Disintegrating Dice

Eggs and dice — what do they have to with art? The title
at first seems bizarre, but it is quite fitting for the work
of Rosamond Purcell.

Stand-up comedian impresses audiences

Read about the stand-up comedian's performance at the Pittsburgh Improve comedy club.

Variations on a (rock and roll) theme

Get a review of the alternative rock and indie bands The Coast and The Interiors.

A taste of Ethiopia

Tana, a flavorful Ethiopian restaurant located at 5929 Baum Blvd. in East Liberty, has earned a well-deserved spot on Pittsburgh’s map of great places to eat.

Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble performs

Contemporary Ensemble gives contrasting program of 20th-century classical music.

Stone Brewing Company's 12th anniversary special

Ever wondered what Stone's Bitter Chocolate Oatmeal Stout tastes like? Read more to find out!

Campus chic

The resurgence of menswear for winter runway shows has opened the door for androgynous dressing, with a few updated twists.

Dollar movie

Catch two great action thrillers, Speed and Independence Day, being screened on the Cut this Saturday.

Did you know?

Find out what happened 100 years ago to a first-year in bandaging class.

Everything you need to know

Find out how to handle failing and being sexiled from your room.


Learn about the perfect song: "Is There Any Love" by Trevor Dandy.


This week's listing of local and campus events.

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