Nathaniel Richmond News Editor

Class of 2022


  • Student Senate hosts 'First Lectures' event

    Editor's Note: This article was updated on 6/4/22 to remove confidential information at the request of one of the speakers.

    At the Student Senate's "First Lectures" event on Monday, four graduating seniors shared their stories of finding a sense of belonging and balance at Carnegie Mellon.

    News | May 2, 2022
  • Penalty Shouts: The Pirates once again tear down their team

    This is Penalty Shouts, The Tartan’s sports column inspired by the The New Yorker’s column Daily Shouts. This satire-fueled column will focus on anything and everything funny in the sports world that is deserving of our comedic attention.

    Sports | April 18, 2022
  • Former Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto to join Heinz College faculty

    This week, Carnegie Mellon announced that former Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto would join Heinz College as a Distinguished Executive in Residence. In this role, Peduto will co-teach a mini-course and give guest lectures, according to a press release from Heinz College.

    News | April 11, 2022
  • Scotch'n'Soda's 'Rent': a Review

    As someone who hadn't actually seen "Rent," I was disappointed to learn that there's only one song about (not) paying rent.

    Pillbox | April 11, 2022
  • SBP/SBVP Candidates: Natalie Salazar and Joan Song

    Natalie Salazar and Joan Song are running for Student Body President (SBP) and Student Body Vice President (SBVP). Salazar and Song have embraced the possibility of becoming, if elected, the first Latina SBP and the first queer SBVP, respectively.

    Elections | March 28, 2022