Matthew Benusa Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2021

Articles

  • The state of 15-112, a campus cultural touchstone

    Every year, more than a tenth of Carnegie Mellon’s undergraduate population takes the computer science course 15-112. The only class with more coverage of the undergraduate population is Interpretation and Argument, but that class is structured so that each section is taught different material. No one class at Carnegie Mellon is quite the same as 15-112.

    News | January 27, 2020
  • Super Bowl Predictions

    It’s time for another series of Tartan Super Bowl Predictions, and I’m excited to say that Tom Brady will not be featured this year. In what is likely the portents of impending doom for Darth Brady and the Evil Empire, they find themselves on the outside looking in at a Super Bowl between the Chiefs and the 49ers.

    Sports | January 27, 2020
  • Part of national #NoTechForICE effort, student protests Palantir, ICE

    A week before an important contract between Palantir, a California software company, and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is set to end, college communities across the U.S. have come together to protest the company’s relationship with ICE and their university’s relationship with Palantir. At Carnegie Mellon, campus organizers planned a day of action at the beginning of last week...

    News | November 25, 2019
  • penalty shouts: Myles Garrett hits Mason Rudolph on the head

    This is Penalty Shouts, The Tartan’s sports column inspired by the The New Yorker’s column Daily Shouts. This satire-fueled column will focus on anything and everything funny in the sports world that is deserving of our comedic attention.

    Sports | November 18, 2019
  • penalty shouts: the warriors should sign Big Bird

    This is Penalty Shouts, The Tartan’s sports column inspired by the The New Yorker’s column Daily Shouts. This satire-fueled column will focus on anything and everything funny in the sports world that is deserving of our comedic attention.

    Sports | November 11, 2019