Cèilidh 2015 - October 8-11
This year's interactive Cèilidh schedule was created by Alex Stern (DC'15). A few things to note about the schedule:
- You may sort events by day or category filter
- The schedule of events is subject to change prior to the events
- Please continue to visit the Cèilidh site for the most up-to-date schedule
- Please note that event locations will not be listed until several weeks prior to Cèilidh
Carnegie Mellon University Store
First and Lower Levels, Cohon University Center
Main Store: Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am-5 pm; Saturday: 10 am-5 pm; Sunday: 10 am-2 pm
Outdoor Shop: Friday & Saturday: 10 am-4 pm
DIY in the Art Store: Saturday: 11 am-4pm
Join the University Store for our annual Cèilidh event! Visit our Campus Spirit and Campus Life departments, as well as the Art Store, to see our great new merchandise. Check out our outdoor shop 10 am-4 pm on Friday and Saturday. Visit the lower level Saturday for fun events including linoleum block printmaking, using iconographic images from the campus. Visit our website or follow us on Facebook. Clearance is an additional 50% off lowest marked price.
Mysterious Nature of Fungi
5th Floor, Hunt Library
Friday: 9 am-5 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1-4 pm
This exhibit gives an overview of these mysterious organisms that are found almost everywhere on this planet and are the cause of both bliss and blight. On Saturday, join the curator throughout the afternoon for tours of the exhibition. Learn more.
Pipes & Drums Band
Be sure to check out our award-winning Pipes & Drums Band at the following events on Saturday, October 10!
10:15 - Soccer Field (women's soccer "walk out")
10:30 am - Merson Courtyard (following University Address)
10:50 - Soccer Field (prior to kick-off at women's soccer
11:50 - Legacy Plaza (prior to Chili Cook-off)
5:45 - Gesling Stadium (prior to kick-off at football game)
School of Drama Performance: "Much Ado About Nothing"
Philip Chosky Theatre, Purnell Center for the Arts
Thursday & Friday: 8 pm
Saturday: 2 pm and 8 pm
"I wonder that you will still be talking, Signior Benedick; nobody marks you. What, my Lady Disdain are you yet living?" With this opening salvo, Beatrice and Benedick reignite their merry war in William Shakespeare's wittiest play. Located in Messina, Sicily, which seems to produce only golden weather, this sparkling comedy follows these droll sophisticates as they are felled by Cupid's arrow, resulting in a joyous journey of love and laughter. Directed by Anthony McKay. NOTE: Patrons must call (412-268-2407) or stop by the box office and mention Cèilidh Weekend to receive the special 20% discount. For more details and ticket information, visit the website.
Tartans Abroad Poster Display
Kirr & Hoch Commons, Cohon University Center
Thursday-Sunday: 9 am-9 pm
Join in celebrating study abroad at Carnegie Mellon as the 2015 Tartans Abroad Scholarship recipients share their experiences. View poster displays of photos taken by CMU students while studying throughout the world.