Matthew Benusa

Class of 2021


  • Bucs Dollar Dog Night, without the buns

    Just five years ago, corporations across the country began to roll out the best invention of the Internet age: in-stadium food delivery. Now, instead of walking around the stadium to find that $10 light beer to get you through that blowout loss, the food will come to you (for a delivery fee, of course). Forget traveling vendors with their cotton candy or pretzels or bottles of water; technology ca...

    Sports | April 8, 2019
  • Pittsburgh profressional sports update

    As the hockey season winds down and the baseball season heats up, the Penguins find themselves in a playoff battle and the Pirates find themselves battling the weather. The professional sports teams in Pittsburgh are at some of the most fun points in their seasons, with the playoffs coming up and Opening Day just finishing, so there's plenty to discuss.

    Sports | April 1, 2019
  • Sophomore Jin lifts his way to first place

    This winter, a new club powerlifting team was founded, with sophomore Sean D. Jin coaching and leading the team. Jin is from Bergen County, NJ, and is studying statistics and machine learning at Carnegie Mellon, where he’s an active member of a business fraternity — Alpha Kappa Psi — and Korean Central Church in Pittsburgh.

    Sports | March 25, 2019
  • Penalty shouts: March Badness

    I’m in the newsroom with the 2019 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament, and they’re on the phone with last year’s tournament. Here’s a short accounting of their conversation.

    The 2019 tournament says, “Dad, I’m lost. I’m nowhere near as exciting as you! I only have upset by a 13 seed, and you had the first 16 seed upset. I could never live up to that.”

    Sports | March 25, 2019
  • Student Body Vice President for Organizations: Imran Hyder

    Imran Hyder is an economics and statistics major running for Student Body Vice President for Organizations. He is also a member of the debate team and Sigma Chi. The role of Vice President for Organizations is the interface between campus-recognized organizations and student government, with most of the work in that relationship relying on the students in the organization.

    Elections | March 25, 2019