Cole Skuse Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2024


  • Niantic, Nintendo release new mobile app: ‘Pikmin Bloom’

    Many remember the summer of 2016 as the summer that “Pokémon Go” was released to the public. Though it has been over five years since the app was initially launched, it has received more than one billion lifetime downloads, with more than 25 million in 2021. Since its release, the app has continually received u...

    SciTech | November 8, 2021
  • Gone in a flash: Adobe Flash removed from online browsers

    For several months now, online browsers like Google Chrome and Internet Explorer have greeted their users with a small message that support for Adobe Flash was going to be ending on Dec. 31, 2020, its End-of-Life (EOL) date. Adobe first announced this in a blog post titled “Flash & the Future of Interactive Content” ...

    SciTech | January 13, 2021
  • The NFL shouldn't play, let alone have fans in the stadium

    With concerns over COVID-19, many colleges have decided to put their football seasons on hold, including Carnegie Mellon. Currently, 90 college football programs are planning on having full games in the fall, including the University of Pittsburgh, who played their third game on Saturday against Louisville. Many, on the other hand, have pushed back their season, such as the Big Ten, who are starti...

    Sports | September 28, 2020
  • The virtual FAIR struggles after going over capacity, rescheduled for Sept. 30

    For a first-year student, joining a student organization can be an easy way to meet new people and make some friends, especially when students are spread throughout the globe due to the online-optional nature of this semester. Because many students are not able to travel to campus and social gatherings are limited, many clubs have turned to online calls to assist them in their recruiting efforts.

    News | September 14, 2020

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