Carnegie Mellon University
April 11, 2022

Stellar Carnival Revives In-Person Tradition

Peter Kerwin
  • University Communications & Marketing
Spring Carnival 2022 is in a wrap! Students, alumni, faculty, staff and families enjoyed a weekend filled with racing, events and rides. Here's a few of this year's highlights.

Archway made by students
Members of the Carnegie Mellon chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students built this year's Spring Carnival archway.

A Fringe pusher works to move the team's buggy up the final hill.

small robot rolls through a gate
The 28th annual autonomous vehicle race known as MoBot slalomed down the sidewalk in front of Doherty and Wean Halls.

Male student walks past a painting of an astronaut giving a thumbs upA student passes by the Phi Delta Theta booth themed after "The Martian." This year's Spring Carnival theme was "Ad Astra."

spring-carnival-mc-220408g-douse-a-dean0020-1920x1280-min.jpgRamayya Krishnan, the W. W. Cooper and Ruth F. Cooper Professor of Management Science and Information Systems at the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy, was among the deans doused to raise more than $23,000 for Special Olympics of Pennsylvania.

Woman entering a Beatles themed room
Kappa Kappa Gamma's booth celebrated the Beatles.

Male singer on stage
Max Schneider, known as MAX, performed with Noah Kahan at the Spring Carnival Concert.

Carnival goers ride the Ferris wheel. 

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