The Fence at CMU

There's a fence on the Carnegie Mellon University campus that is painted over by students nearly every day of the semester. OnQ explores how the tradition began, and talks with students who explain why the fence has been a place for them to advertise and express themselves for nearly nine decades.


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He's the co-host of the longest-running Indian music radio program in the country and the founder of the Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival. OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces Harish and shows how his work is having a big impact on Pittsburgh.

Original airdate: Jan 06, 2009


In this difficult economy, Pittsburgh area non-profits that serve the poor worry many will be left without annual holiday gifts and other critical services. What's being done to fill the gap? OnQ's Michael Bartley profiles Salvation Army holiday initiatives and conducts a round-table interview with non-profit leaders.

Original airdate: Dec 09, 2008


It started in a barn near Canonsburg Lake, back in 1949. Sixty years, scores of actors, and hundreds of quality productions later, Little Lake Theatre is now considered a community treasure. OnQ contributor Beth Dolinar reports.

Original airdate: Nov 24, 2008


Celebrating its 75th season, the Gateway Lodge is the gateway to beautiful Cook Forest. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley paid a visit to the "Inn of Autumn" during the height of the fall foliage season.

Original airdate: Nov 24, 2008


Featured guests include Jonathan Weinkle, M.D., an internist and pediatrician with the Squirrel Hill Health Center.

Original airdate: Nov 20, 2008


Paying for health insurance on your own can be costly and for many families, unaffordable. OnQ's Chris Moore talks to a once self-employed husand and wife team from Bloomfield about their healthcare options.

Original airdate: Nov 19, 2008


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