Cole Skuse Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2024


  • You can’t just rewrite genocide for content

    Over winter break, I got back into reading after a long slump. One of the many books I picked up was “The House in the Cerulean Sea” by T. J. Klune. Though the book is just short of 400 pages, I finished the novel in less than 24 hours — needless to say, I quite enjoyed the book and it easily earned five stars from me on Goodreads. However, as I scrolled through other reviews, I stumbled upon an i...

    Forum | March 21, 2022
  • CMU sports roundup: swim & dive, track & field

    Women’s Swimming and Diving
    From March 16-19, the Women’s Swimming and Diving team traveled to the 2022 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis. On the first day, several members competed in individual events. Senior Kierstyn Cassidy swam the 500-yard freestyle and finished 36th of 54 with a time of 5:03.15. First-year Emma Hoffman finished 50th in the same event w...

    Sports | March 21, 2022
  • Video game headlines: Steam Deck, 'Pokémon' updates, 'Elden Ring' release

    Steam Deck released Feb. 28
    On Feb. 28, the first wave of Steam Decks will arrive in customers' hands. The Steam Deck is Valve’s answer to those asking for a portable PC gaming console. While there are currently over 60,000 games on Steam, Valve’s PC game distribution service, not all of them are completely compatible with the Deck. In a user’s library on the Steam Deck, they will see [two ca...

    SciTech | February 28, 2022
  • CMU sports roundup

    Men’s Swimming and Diving

    Sports | February 28, 2022
  • A month later, Freedom Convoy nears end

    Beginning on Jan. 22, a convoy of Canadian vehicles, dubbed the “Freedom Convoy” by its organizers, started all across Canada heading for the capital city of Ottawa. After nearly a month of protests, arrests are starting to be made and vehicles that blocking the streets of Ottawa t...

    News | February 21, 2022

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