Cole Skuse Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2024

Articles

  • Perfection in three colors

    Who knew that using only three colors could produce unique, interesting stories? The “Black, White & Blood” series explores a variety of superhero stories through only three colors: black, white, and red. My first introduction to this style was “Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood,” but I also managed to get my hands on a copy of “Wolverine: Black, White & Blood.” It also just so happens they are my...

    Pillbox | September 26, 2022
  • Ahead of midterm elections, CMU's Voting Engagement Committee looks for increased student participation

    In May 2022, a group of students and staff and Carnegie Mellon released what they call the Carnegie Mellon Voter Engagement Action Plan. This voter engagement plan was put together as part of the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenger, which [describes itself as an organization that,](https://allinchal...

    News | September 26, 2022
  • COVID-19 at CMU weekly update: 9/18 - 9/24

    On Sept. 22, the Carnegie Mellon community received an update email regarding COVID-19 on campus and news about upcoming booster clinics.

    News | September 26, 2022
  • CMU Sports Roundup: Football, soccer

    Football
    This past weekend, undefeated #17 Carnegie Mellon took on Thiel at the Tomcats’ stadium in Greenville, Penn. The scoring started late into the first quarter; with 2:44 left, junior Thomas Coury blocked a punt that junior Kevin Cooke took into the endzone for a 7-0 Tartans lead.

    Sports | September 26, 2022
  • As global surface temperature rises, tipping points loom ahead

    In their 2021 paper, a group of scientists evaluated what they referred to as climate change “tipping points.” These tipping points, which include a variety of climate-related systems, indicate that large — and potentially irreversible — changes have occurred within a system once a certain threshold has been exceeded. The changes can take place o...

    SciTech | September 26, 2022

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