Cole Skuse Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2024


  • Student body election results ratified at joint GSA-Senate meeting

    The Undergraduate Student Senate and the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) met in a joint session on April 6 to ratify the results of the Student Body Elections. Though the meeting was slated to start at 5 p.m., the start was delayed because less than 51 percent of voting members were in attendance until about 5:15 p.m.

    News | April 11, 2022
  • Members of SCC executive board discuss Carnival logistics

    This is the first year many student organizations have returned to in-person events. Consequently, many organizations at Carnegie Mellon are facing the challenge of transitioning their leadership and knowledge to new members. The Spring Carnival Committee (SCC) is no exception — the team is tasked with reviving a vaunted and well-loved Carnegie Mellon tradition. SCC is responsible for most aspects...

    News | April 11, 2022
  • Buggy 100: SPIRIT takes women's, SDC takes men's

    After Raceday 2020 was canceled due to the pandemic and Raceday 2021 was held in a modified format with a limited number of Buggy teams, many teams were excited for Raceday 2022. Though teams were ready to return to the asphalt to vie for the title of this year’s Buggy champions, one obstacle still stood in their way: the weather.

    Sports | April 11, 2022
  • Forbes & Beeler to open exclusively to Pitt Students, new community to be created

    In an exclusive interview with The Natrat, Director of Housing Education and Lavish Lounging (HELL) Rich Mann stated that upon Forbes & Beeler’s opening in Fall 2023, students from the University of Pittsburgh will be given exclusive rights to rooms.

    Special | April 4, 2022
  • Natrat exclusive: Scotch'n'Soda is actually an Andrew Mellon cult

    Upon a recent check of everyone’s favorite organization website, “The Bridge,” I stumbled across a little-known organization called “Scotch’n’Soda.” I was very curious to learn that such an upstanding university like Carnegie Mellon would allow a club to have such a name. An alcoholic reference at my prestigious university? Surely not! As such, I decided to look at this dastardly organization a bi...

    Special | April 4, 2022

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