Nathaniel Richmond News Editor

Class of 2022


  • Student Senate general body meeting Nov. 4

    The Student Senate held a meeting with a company examining Carnegie Mellon University Police Department's (CMUPD) practices and voted on special allocations for men's water polo and Bhangra in the Burgh last Thursday, Nov. 4.

    During their general body meeting (GBM), Senate held a discussion with Former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey and Dr. Brenda Bond-Fortier of 21st Centu...

    News | November 8, 2021
  • A Better Tomorrow: Superman comes out

    This October, DC Comics made a huge announcement: In the newest arc, Supeman would come out as bisexual. In "Son of Kal-El," Clark Kent's son, Jon Kent, has assumed the role of Superman, since Clark Kent had to leave Earth to fight aliens (comic books shenanigans). In a forthcoming issue, Jon Kent h...

    Pillbox | November 8, 2021
  • COVID-19 update: Pfizer-BioNTech authorized for 5-11 year olds

    This week, the FDA gave an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for children ages five to 11 to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, and shots for that age group could begin soon.

    News | November 1, 2021
  • COVID-19 Update

    This week, Carnegie Mellon's Pittsburgh campus had four cases of COVID-19 among students on campus, four cases among students off-campus, and three cases among staff and faculty on campus. This is consistent with last week's cases, when there were four cases among students on campus, seven cases among faculty and staff on campus...

    News | October 25, 2021
  • COVID-19 Update: 97 percent of students vaccinated

    After another week, Carnegie Mellon’s positive cases among students, staff, and faculty decreased again. The week, starting Sept. 28 and ending Oct. 4, saw two cases among students living on-campus, three among students living off-campus, three among faculty and staff on-campus, and four among faculty and staff off-camp...

    News | October 11, 2021