Nathaniel Richmond News Editor

Class of 2022


  • Title IX under review

    Last week, President Biden ordered a review of the Department of Education’s policies and regulations to ensure an "educational environment free from discrimination on the...

    News | March 15, 2021
  • Research Roundup March 8

    AI tracks bias in movies across the decades

    SciTech | March 8, 2021
  • Campus events and COVID

    With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging and vaccines not widely available for college students, on-campus events at Carnegie Mellon have been missing from common spaces. For the events that have continued, the responsibilities of both students and staff in managing these events have escalated.

    One of the simplest parts of Carnegie Mellon's strategy has been to advise against gathering on campu...

    News | March 1, 2021
  • WandaVision midseason review

    WandaVision seems, at first, like it's just comfort food. More Avengers! Cameos and references! More of that Marvel humor! And, of course, a premise that leaves casual fans wondering if they need to watch the movies!

    On viewing, WandaVision has all of that. It's a Marvel show that is very comfortable with itself. In many ways, though, it's more comfortable to watch and less stilted than ma...

    Pillbox | March 1, 2021
  • Anti-cheating in the age of COVID

    The coronavirus pandemic has upended higher education, aggravating one of its worst crimes: cheating.

    The pandemic has compounded the pressure on college students across the U.S. In the age of online instruction, some students have resorted to cheating in search of a higher grade. Accusations have emerged around the country. The Military Academy at West Point, for example, [accused mor...

    News | February 22, 2021