Cole Skuse Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2024


  • On the topic of 'quiet quitting'

    When I first heard the term “quiet quitting,” I assumed that people were quitting simply by not showing up to work. That’s the quietest way to quit, right? In actuality, quiet quitting doesn’t actually involve quitting your job at all; it ranges anywhere from solely doing what you’re expected to do at work (and nothing extra) to reevaluating your relationship with your job and focusing more on wor...

    Forum | September 12, 2022
  • Two Door Cinema Club: Making Life a Little More Wonderful

    When I started really listening to music in early high school, one of the first songs I listened to on my freshly purchased Spotify Premium plan was “What You Know” by Two Door Cinema Club. Though they’ve gone on and off of my radar over the years, their songs would always manage to pop back up on a Daily Mix every now and then, and as a result, I would have to give “Tourist History” another liste...

    Pillbox | September 12, 2022
  • Spotted Lanternflies make invasive appearance across campus

    While people were worrying about “murder” hornets last year, another invasive species was also making its home in the United States: the Spotted Lanternfly. The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive insect that has made its way across the ocean from China and was first reported in [Pennsylvania in September 2014](

    SciTech | September 12, 2022
  • CMU sports roundup: cross country, football, soccer

    Men’s Cross Country

    Sports | September 12, 2022
  • Student Senate GBM recap: April 28

    On April 28, the AY21-22 Undergraduate Student Senate held their last meeting and the first meeting of the AY22-23 Senate. The meeting opened with a vote to extend student access to The New York Times. In March 2021, the Senate voted to allocate funds from the Media Fee to give campus-wide access to The New York Times. The Media Fee is currently $10/year paid only by undergraduates. The Senate was...

    News | May 2, 2022

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