Cole Skuse Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2024


  • Pittsburgh Ecology - April 25

    This article is part of an ongoing series that discusses wildlife in the Pittsburgh region. Specimens in the accompanying photos are identified by the author, which may include the use of identification tool “iNaturalist.” As such, species identifications may not always be 100 percent accurate.

    SciTech | April 25, 2022
  • Video game headlines: New releases, GBA emulators, Nintendo labor complaints

    Sega announces release date, DLC for ‘Sonic Origins’

    SciTech | April 25, 2022
  • News deserts and the role of local media

    Unlike a lot of students at Carnegie Mellon, I didn’t grow up in a populated area. In fact, only about 7,000 people live in the township that I grew up in, located just northwest of Pittsburgh. While it wasn’t an everyone-knows-everyone situation for me, it was for a lot of people who lived there. Beyond the occasional Facebook post or message I’m sent by my parents about local happenings, I don’t...

    Forum | April 25, 2022
  • Finance Committee holds second annual Finance Town Hall

    In place of the Undergraduate Student Senate meeting on April 21, the Finance Committee (headed by senator Diana Crookston) held the university's second annual Finance Town Hall. Presenters included Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer Angela Blanton, Associate Vice President and Director of Enrollment Services Lisa Krieg, and Director of Finance, Student Affairs Jennifer Cox-Sie...

    News | April 25, 2022
  • Bare bones club membership at CMU and ‘the grind’

    Carnegie Mellon is often regarded as a school with a rigorous admissions process; U.S. News considers it one of the most selective schools with an acceptance rate of approximately 17 percent. According to the Carnegie Mellon [common data set](

    Forum | April 18, 2022

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