Carnegie Mellon University

Check in for Family Weekend is available on Friday, October 11, 3 to 6 p.m., and Saturday, October 13, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. On-site registration is available.

Check in is located in the in the Kirr Commons in the Cohon Center.

Friday, October 11

Friday's Schedule at a Glance

Noon - 10 p.m. Campus events and sessions
3 - 6 p.m. Check-In and Welcome Area open
2 - 4 p.m. First-Year Housing Communities Housefellow Office Hours
4:30 - 6 p.m. President's Welcome Reception
Evening Dinner on your own, student performances and entertainment

Location: Danforth Conference Room, Cohon Center

BXA Intercollege Degree alumni share their experiences after graduation and how their interdisciplinary training prepared them for a career. The event brings together professionals and students from art, architecture, animation, arts administration, theater, music, film and television, game design, publishing, writing, museums and other arts organizations, advertising and public relations, teaching and public service. 

Lunch provided. 

Sponsored by the Career and Professional Development Center

Location: Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, Hunt Library, 5th Floor

The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation presents its "16th International Exhibition of Botanical Art & Illustration," which runs from September 17 through December 18, 2019. This exhibition includes 41 artworks by 41 artists who reside in 14 countries.

Location: Connan Room, Cohon Center

Join members of the Mellon College of Science for a reception preceding Professor Po-Shen Loh's Faculty Talk at 3 p.m.

Location: Danforth Conference Room, Cohon Center

Juliacks (BHA 2008) makes transmedia fictions about social-cultural issues that are disseminated on an international scale. Students and guests are invited to contribute Transversal Scepters, a hybrid documentary project about the past, present and future of justice. In the workshop, participants will use techniques from design thinking, creative writing, performance and more as a means to devise alternative visions of justice for the future.

Please RSVP here.

Location: PNC Foundations Room 2003, David A. Tepper Quadrangle

Join Cynthia Friedman, Co-Founder of the Women's Leadership Forum, DNC for a conversation and reception.

From embassies to nongovernmental organizations, from the DNC to the RNC, from think tanks to advocacy organizations, and consulting firms to media outlets, Washington, DC, is a hub for activity in politics and public policy. The Carnegie Mellon University Washington Semester Program (CMU/WSP) and the Friedman Fellows Summer Internship Program provide students with hands-on experience working and learning in the heart of DC. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FRIEDMAN FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM.

Please RSVP to cmuips@andrew.cmu.edu by October 7. 

Location: Residential house communities

Visit your student's residential community during open office hours to meet with the Housefellow. Please feel free to reach out to your student's housefellow to schedule time. You can find more information about your student's housefellow here.

  • Boss, McGill, Welch, and Henderson Houses: Student Life Suite, Morewood Gardens
  • Donner House: Kumail Lassi, Housefellow Office, 1st Floor of Donner House
  • Hamerschlag and Scobell Houses: Josh Schaldenbrand, Hosuefellow Office, 2nd floor of Scobell House
  • Morewood E-Tower: David Chickering, Housefellow Office, Student Life Suite, Morewood Gardens
  • Morewood Gardens: Bryan Koval, Werner Hall, 3rd Floor
  • Mudge House: Thomas Rainey, Housefellow Office, 2nd floor of Mudge House
  • The Residence on Fifth: Mandy Best, Student Life Suite, Morewood Gardens
  • Stever House: Kristine Kengor, Housefellow Office, 2nd floor of Stever House

Location: The Fence

Come play classic carnival games, eat snacks, and win prizes while supporting children’s literacy! All proceeds from the third annual Kappa Karnival benefit Reading is Fundamental. 

Location: Connan Room, Cohon Center

Join Po-Shen Loh, Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, for a conversation about memorization.

On a standard chessboard, 64 coins have been placed, one per square. Some are facing heads-up, and some are facing tails-up, but there is no system or pattern. You are to study the board, and then turn away.
Exactly one coin will be flipped over. When you turn back, you are to identify exactly which coin was flipped.

How difficult is it to achieve this goal? If you can memorize enough to handle this challenge, can you handle the analogous challenge with 256 coins on a 16x16 board?

This problem was inspired by discussions with Carnegie Mellon students in the Putnam Problem-Solving Seminar.

Location: Simmons Auditorium, Tepper Building

Join President Farnam Jahanian and members of the University Leadership Council as we welcome parents and family members to campus. Refreshments will be provided.

Location: Tepper Outdoor Green Space

Enjoy a performance by Carnegie Mellon University Pipes and Drums, the current American Pipe Band Champions.

Location: IDeATe Studio A, Hunt Library 106B

Join the students, faculty, and staff of IDeATe at their monthly FrIDeATe get-together, which will include refreshments, 2019-20 IDeATe student-designed t-shirts, and a sneak-peek performance by the students in the IDeATe class Robotics for Creative Practice. Also, the CMU student organization Game Creation Society will be bringing games that they’ve been developing for students and families to play, as well as their old-school arcade cabinet.

Please RSVP here.

Location: Miller Gallery, Purnell Center for the Arts

Come celebrate the opening of two exhibits, This Skin of Ours and Intersections, in the Miller Gallery. Light refreshments will be served. The reception is free for all.

Location: Rangos Ballroom, Cohon Center

Come out and join CMU's OM and Mayur SASA in celebrating Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights! Show off your moves, eat an Indian buffet, participate in booths, and enjoy our guest DJ who will keep the festivities going through the night. Tickets will be sold both at the door and beforehand and will cover events as well as food. All are welcome!

Tickets will be sold both at the door and beforehand. Tickets cover the event as well as food and can be purchased online.

6:00 p.m. - Event begins, activity stalls open
6:30-7:30 p.m. - Mela and music
7:30 p.m. - Food starts
8:00-8:45 p.m. - Student performances
8:45-10:30 p.m. - Dance floor opens
11:00 p.m. - Event ends

Location: Hamerschlag Lawn

Join C# for a musical celebration of the fall season and the spirit of generosity! This family-friendly, outdoor concert is the perfect way to kick off Family Weekend, so bring a blanket and a friend! While admission is free, we encourage small donations of cash and canned food; all donations will go to the CMU Food Pantry to reduce hunger among students.

Rain location is Doherty Hall 2315.

Location: McConomy Auditorium, Cohon Center

Get ready for a night of music with Scotch'n'Soda Theatre, CMU's premier student theatre organization!

Rock and roll has a history of breaking the norm and pushing boundaries, while musical theatre prides itself as an industry that creates an inclusive space for anyone labeled as a “misfit.” The 12th Annual Benefit Cabaret will focus on the intersection of these two genres - the rock musical - and will explore the themes of identity and defining its place in society. The Cabaret is raising money for the Alumni Theatre Company.

Tickets can be purchased online.

Please note that this show contains explicit language and may not be suitable for guests of all ages. 

Location: Philip Chosky Theater, Purnell Center for the Arts

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

"Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too." With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger at the Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Tickets can be purchased online.

Location: McConomy Auditorium, Cohon Center

The film is free for students with a CMU ID and $3 for families and guests. Tickets are available outside the theater 30 minutes before show time.

This film is sponsored by Activities Board Film.

Saturday, October 12

Saturday's Schedule at a Glance

7:15 a.m. - midnight Campus events and sessions
8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Check-In and Welcome Area open
8:30 - 10 a.m. Grab and Go Breakfast
10:30 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. Academic meetings and events
3 - 6 p.m. The Festival on Scotty Saturday
Evening Dinner on your own, student performances, and entertainment

Location: Corner of Tech and Frew Streets

Due to inclement weather, Buggy Rolls Practice has been cancelled.

Join the Buggy Alumni Association and check out how teams are prepping for Raceday 2020, the centennial year. Coffee and donuts are provided and knowledgeable students and alums will answer questions about CMU's unique sport. Learn more about Buggy and last year's Raceday.

This event is weather dependent.

Location: Rangos 3, Cohon Center

Stop by for coffee and to-go breakfast items to start your day.

Location: CMU Pool, Cohon Center

Location: Danforth Conference Room, Cohon Center

The Olitsky Family Foundation Career Readiness Program breaks down barriers-of-entry for students with emotional and cognitive differences to assist in their career search. The program’s three-pronged approach engages students, the local campus community and employer partners to achieve long-term, sustainable success for our students.

Location: Schenley Plaza

Join Sigma Alpha Epsilon for the 11th Annual Donut Dash event which brings our university community together for a great cause. Established at Carnegie Mellon University, Donut Dash is a fun run that challenges participants to run (or walk) a full mile, eat a half-dozen donuts and run yet another carb-infused mile before crossing the finish line! Runners have the choice between participating in the casual or competitive division.

The 2018 Donut Dash saw a record setting 1,500 participants with over 75 percent of them being Carnegie Mellon students and family members. Donut Dash partners with the Mario Lemieux Foundation in support of Austin’s Playrooms, seeking to benefit families and improve the quality of a child’s hospital experience whether as a visitor or patient by building cheerful playrooms that are safe, calming and comfortable. We look forward to seeing you there!

Information about the event and tickets are available on the website.

Location: Schenley Park

Carnegie Mellon Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - University/Medical Center Invitational

Location: Baker Hall A51

Dietrich College welcomes all parents and family members to meet the Dietrich College deans, faculty and advisors, as well as hear about new programs, educational philosophy underlying the various programs, and the life-long values that students will gain from their experiences at Carnegie Mellon.

Location: Rangos Ballroom 1 and 2, Cohon Center

Jon Cagan, Interim Dean of the College of Engineering, invites families to attend a special session designed especially for the parents and families of our students. Interim Dean Cagan will provide a brief overview of the College of Engineering, followed by Annette Jacobson, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, who will talk about the student experience. Finally, the session will culminate with a faculty panel that will focus on the types of opportunities our students are afforded to apply their knowledge and skills outside of the
classroom. Light refreshments will be provided. We hope you can join us!

Location: Tepper Building 2700

The Business Administration program welcomes all Tepper undergraduate families to join us to hear program updates, learn from a panel of faculty and staff, and enjoy a morning reception. Academic advisors will welcome you to Tepper and answer questions during the reception.

Location: Rashid Auditorium, Gates & Hillman Centers

Families are invited to meet with first-year SCS faculty and advisors. Learn about the undergraduate program and what's new in SCS. Refreshments will be provided. Families are also encouraged to remain for a faculty presentation at 12pm to learn some interesting research about computer security and privacy.

Location: Doherty Hall 2315

MCS faculty, advisors, and staff invite students and family members to attend a presentation about the Class of 2023 and opportunities for students. Get to know instructors and departmental advisors in first-year MCS courses. Upperclass MCS students will share their advice for maximizing the student experience. Refreshments will be served.

 

Location: Alpha Chi Omega House, 1069 Morewood Avenue

Enjoy brunch with our members and their families.

This event is by invitation only.

Location: Great Hall, College of Fine Arts

This casual brunch is a chance for College of Fine Arts families to meet each other, talk with faculty and staff, and learn more about their student’s academic programs.

Please RSVP by Oct. 4 to Daniella Staudacher, Assistant Director of Development, at 412.268.4045 or by emailing dstaudac@andrew.cmu.edu

Location: Wiegand Gymnasium, Cohon Center

The Activities Board presents this annual competition featuring homemade chili from students, faculty and staff. Grab a souvenir mug, chili and cornbread and vote for your favorite chili. Mugs and chili are available while supplies last.

Location: Schenley Park

Carnegie Mellon Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - University/Medical Center Invitational

Location: CMU Soccer Field, Forbes and Margaret Morrison Streets

Location: Baker Hall Coffee Bar Lounge

Meet current Dietrich students during a poster session highlighting their research, internship and study abroad experiences. Light refreshments will be provided.

Location: Rashid Auditorium, Gates & Hillman Centers

Join Dr. Lorrie Cranor, Director and Bosch Distinguished Professor in Security and Privacy Technologies, CyLab Security and Privacy Institute & FORE Systems Professor, Computer Science and Engineering & Public Policy, for a conversation about security and privacy.

Traditionally, security and privacy research focused mostly on technical mechanisms and was based on the naive assumptions that two people were capable, attentive, and willing to jump through any number of hoops to communicate securely. However, almost 20 years ago that started to change when a seminal paper asked "Why Johnny Can't Encrypt" and called for usability evaluations and usable design strategies for security. Today a substantial body of interdisciplinary literature exists on usability evaluations and design strategies for both security and privacy. Nonetheless, it is still difficult for most people to encrypt their email, manage their passwords, and configure their social network privacy settings. In this talk we will highlight some of the lessons learned from the past 20 years of usable privacy and security research, and explore where the field might be headed.

Location: Miller Gallery, Purnell Center for the Arts

We sense the world through this skin of ours. It is the surface that brokers our relationship to external forces and translates them as pain or pleasure. This organ gives each of us an identifiable shape, on which accrues a lifetime of experiences. With its distinct tone and texture, the skin is perhaps where we most frequently deposit ideas of the self and the other. We test the limits of our physical selves through contact—violence and intimacy both necessitate that our skins touch and communicate. If the skin is a site of injuries and insults that each body has had to bear, it is also a site of potential repair. A scar suggests both past violence and the body’s capacity to enclose the lips of a wound.

The skin is also a site of a formal investigation. It is a medium—an elastic and responsive layer—through which the artists grouped here explore pain and hurt, redemptive possibilities of healing, and the meeting of private and public lives. Imagine that the works in the exhibition comprise a collective sensing organ, pulsing with colors and texture. Imagine also this organ’s capacity to feel and empathize with the pain of others as well as the pleasure from tender touch. This is a proposal to collectively feel our way through this world where we will inevitably emerge scarred, but in the shared experiences that allow for a deeper understanding of the other.

More information.

Location: Miller Gallery, Purnell Center for the Arts

This 30th anniversary group exhibition celebrates the atypical, anti-disciplinary, and inter-institutional spirit of the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, the research laboratory of Carnegie Mellon University's College of Fine Arts. The exhibition will highlight intersections of the arts, science, technology, and culture through a survey of cutting edge projects, cultivated at the STUDIO and developed by national and international artists. Featured creators and collectives will include 3 Rivers 2nd Nature, Addie Wagenknecht, Deep Lab, Jonathan Minard and James George, Jacob Tonski, and the Carnegie Mellon Moon Arts Group.

More information.

Location: Tepper Building 2700

In this talk, Param Vir Singh (Carnegie Bosch Professor of Business Technologies and Marketing; Director: PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation) will share a number of research projects at the Tepper School involving Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Blockchain. He will talk about how companies like Airbnb can use deep learning for image analytics, why some of the smart machine learning algorithms are not smart, and how inaccuracies in otherwise unbiased algorithms can lead to societal issues. In the end, he will also talk about the CMU-Coin project, which is a university-wide effort to develop a CMU-based blockchain testbed for research, education and practice.

Location: McConomy Auditorium, Cohon Center

The film is free with CMU ID and $3 for families and guests. Tickets are available outside the theater 30 minutes before show time. This film is sponsored by Activities Board Film.

Location: Kirr Commons, Cohon Center

Walking tour of the Pittsburgh campus architecture with a focus on the historic core of campus and the new additions.

Location: Connan Room, Cohon Center

More than 600 CMU students from all majors study abroad annually. Learn about general curriculum compatibility and finances. Students who have studied abroad will share about their experiences and answer questions.

Location: CMU Soccer Field, Forbes and Margaret Morrison Streets

Location: Philip Chosky Theater, Purnell Center for the Arts

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

"Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too." With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger at the Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Tickets can be purchased online.

Location: Danforth Conference Room, Cohon Center

Come relive the excitement of Buggy through the ages with Buggy Alumni Association archivist and guru Tom Wood (E 1974) in celebration of the upcoming Centennial Buggy Race during Spring Carnival 2020.

Learn more about Buggy and last year's Raceday.

Location: The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Cohon Center LL75

Join us in the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion for an afternoon of family-style board games and food. This will be an opportunity to meet individuals from all over the campus community, reignite that lightheaded competitive spirit and learn more about the initiative for first generation college students, FIRST Together.

 

Location: Peter Wright McKenna Rooms, Cohon Center

Are you a student with ADHD, a learning disability, chronic health condition, mental health concerns, or another type of disability? Have you been struggling academically or working extra hard to compensate for your disability? The Office of Disability Resources can help.

In this interactive break-out session, you and your family will learn about:

  • Accommodations and supports available through the Office of Disability Resources
  • Who qualifies for accommodations
  • How to apply for accommodations
  • The roles of students, family members, faculty and staff in the accommodations process
Whether you had accommodations in high school or have never received them before, you may qualify for academic accommodations at CMU if you have a physical, cognitive, emotional, or sensory disability. Join Catherine Getchell, Director of the Office of Disability Resources, to learn more about what we do and how we work to support your academic success.

Location: Studio Theater, Cohon Center

Join the Career and Professional Development Center to hear from students who already completed summer internships. They will share valuable information on how they found their internships and some advice for how parents can help their students with this process.

Location: Legacy Plaza, East/West Walkway, Merson Courtyard and The Cut

Scotty Saturday is a day where the CMU community comes together to celebrate their Carnegie Mellon pride through a series of events during Family Weekend, including a showcase of student talent, spirited activities, student groups, free food, and CMU swag! Wear your most spirited Carnegie Mellon gear on this day to show your school spirit!

Location: Connan Room, Cohon Center

Uncover the when, where, what and how that will help students navigate their undergraduate experience at Carnegie Mellon. Hear about opportunities available beyond the classroom that can help define career paths: independent or faculty-led research projects; national scholarship competitions; presentations at conferences or research symposia; summer study and research abroad opportunities. The session will be led by Stephanie Wallach, assistant vice provost for undergraduate education, and Assistant Directors of Undergraduate Research Brittany Allison and Richelle Bernazzoli. A panel of accomplished student researchers will present on their research experiences.

Location: Kresge Theatre, College of Fine Arts

The Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble utilizes a flexible instrumentation of winds, brass and percussion to perform repertoire from standard concert band works to contemporary compositions of various instrumental combinations. Tickets are required for this free event. 

Please register online.

Location: Rangos Ballroom, Cohon Center

The nationally renowned CMU a cappella group, The Originals, will host four incredible groups from universities across the country. Enjoy a professionally produced concert full of diverse, innovative, and entertaining a cappella music during The Originals' fourth annual fall concert, VERTIGO!

Tickets can be purchased online.

Location: McConomy Auditorium, Cohon Center

The film is free for students with a CMU ID and $3 for families and guests. Tickets are available outside the theater 30 minutes before show time.

This film is sponsored by Activities Board Film.

Location: Gesling Stadium

Location: Philip Chosky Theater, Purnell Center for the Arts

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

"Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too." With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger at the Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Tickets can be purchased online.

Location: Kirr Commons, Cohon Center

Join CMU's Spanish and Latin Student Association for a night of Latino culture, dance and food. This event features salsa dance lessons and a live band. The event is free for all attendees.

Location: McConomy Auditorium, Cohon University Center

The film is free for students with a CMU ID and $3 for families and guests. Tickets are available outside the theater 30 minutes before show time.

This film is sponsored by Activities Board Film.

Sunday, October 13

Sunday's Schedule at a Glance

9 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Campus events and religious services

Location: Porter Hall 107E (Tung Au Lab)

Join Civil & Environmental Engineering faculty, staff, and fellow students and families for our open house breakfast. This informal event is designed for current CivE students and students who are interested in
CivE to show the department to their families and to enjoy a continental breakfast together.

Location: Hillel Jewish University Center, 4607 Forbes Avenue 

CMU-Hillel will host a brunch for students and families who are interested in joining us.

Please RSVP.

Join us at welcome receptions for family, friends and students. Spend time with residents in your student’s house community and enjoy light refreshments.

Boss, McGill, Welch and Henderson Houses
Location: Welch Lounge

Donner House
Location: Donner Lounge

Hamerschlag and Scobell
Location: Hamerschlag Lounge

Morewood E-Tower and Morewood Gardens
Location: Morewood Gardens Lobby

Mudge House
Location: Mudge Piano Room

The Residence on Fifth
Location: The Residence on Fifth Dining Room

Shirley House
Location: Shirley Lounge

Stever House
Location: Stever Lobby

Location: First Trinity Lutheran Church, 533 N. Neville St. 15213

All welcome to the Divine Service: awesome architecture, powerful preaching, magnificent music. Parking lot in rear, but a short walk from campus.

Location: Heinz Memorial Chapel and the Lutheran University Center

The CMU student group PSALM, in conjunction with the Lutheran Campus Ministry in Greater Pittsburgh, invites everyone to a luncheon following our regular worship service in the historic and beautiful Heinz Memorial Chapel at 11 a.m. Lunch will follow immediately after the service, approximately noon, at the Lutheran University Center (4515 Forbes Ave). No reservations are required and all are welcome. If you do have a dietary restriction or request, we would ask you to let us know ahead of time so we can fulfill that need. Call the campus ministry office at (412) 682-6886 or email the campus pastor.

Location: Miller Gallery, Purnell Center for the Arts

We sense the world through this skin of ours. It is the surface that brokers our relationship to external forces and translates them as pain or pleasure. This organ gives each of us an identifiable shape, on which accrues a lifetime of experiences. With its distinct tone and texture, the skin is perhaps where we most frequently deposit ideas of the self and the other. We test the limits of our physical selves through contact—violence and intimacy both necessitate that our skins touch and communicate. If the skin is a site of injuries and insults that each body has had to bear, it is also a site of potential repair. A scar suggests both past violence and the body’s capacity to enclose the lips of a wound.

The skin is also a site of a formal investigation. It is a medium—an elastic and responsive layer—through which the artists grouped here explore pain and hurt, redemptive possibilities of healing, and the meeting of private and public lives. Imagine that the works in the exhibition comprise a collective sensing organ, pulsing with colors and texture. Imagine also this organ’s capacity to feel and empathize with the pain of others as well as the pleasure from tender touch. This is a proposal to collectively feel our way through this world where we will inevitably emerge scarred, but in the shared experiences that allow for a deeper understanding of the other.

More information.

Location: Miller Gallery, Purnell Center for the Arts

This 30th anniversary group exhibition celebrates the atypical, anti-disciplinary, and inter-institutional spirit of the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, the research laboratory of Carnegie Mellon University's College of Fine Arts. The exhibition will highlight intersections of the arts, science, technology, and culture through a survey of cutting edge projects, cultivated at the STUDIO and developed by national and international artists. Featured creators and collectives will include 3 Rivers 2nd Nature, Addie Wagenknecht, Deep Lab, Jonathan Minard and James George, Jacob Tonski, and the Carnegie Mellon Moon Arts Group.

More information.

Location: Winchester Thurston Upper School, 555 Morewood Avenue

All are welcome to join us for music, an engaging message and free refreshments afterwards. Rides available at noon in front of the Cohon Center (on Forbes).

Location: First Trinity Lutheran Church, 533 N. Neville Street 15213

Join other students and families at the Luther House student center for pizza, games and more. All welcome!

Location: First Trinity Church, 533 N. Neville Street 15213

Come watch and discuss the classic "May Way for Tomorrow." What does a Christian perspective on this movie tell us about how to love our neighbor? Free, with food included.

Location: Carnegie Music Hall

Carl Topilow, Conductor / Phoebe Robertson, flute

COST:
$10 Regular Admission
$5 Senior Citizen (65+) Admission
All students, along with CMU/Pitt faculty and staff, are free w/ valid ID.

Purchase tickets online.

Strauss Don Juan
Mozart Concerto No. 1 in G Major, K. 313
Stravinsky Petrushka (1947 version)