Nisha Phatak

Class of 2010


  • Research studies +/– grading

    According to a study done by a group of undergraduate statistics students, 68 percent of undergraduate students are against the implementation of +/– grading. The survey was implemented as a semester-long class project for 36-303 Sampling, Surveys, and Society.

    News | April 28, 2008
  • Statistically Speaking

    Originally called Campus Week, Carnival is one of the many Carnegie Mellon traditions that have entertained students for decades. The Fence, now a unique tradition, was originally built by a senior class of students, in recognition of a former bridge between the Margaret Morrison Women’s College and the Carnegie Institute of Technology. Even the university’s Tartan pride has evolved over the years...

    News | April 21, 2008
  • Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

    As Carnival season rolls around, Carnegie Mellon students rush to get their Buggy times down, finish building their booths, and complete those last few exams, papers, and assignments before the much-needed long weekend that is a staple of campus culture. Aside from being a weekend of relaxation and fun, Spring Carnival is one of Carnegie Mellon’s oldest traditions, celebrated not only by students,...

    Pillbox | April 14, 2008