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March 26, 1914
The Ben Greet Players present As You Like It and A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Carnegie Music Hall. The proceeds of these performances were given to the School of Drama to establish a scholarship.
March 25, 1964
A freshman at Carnegie Tech is penalized by the Student Court for possession of a car. At the time, freshman and sophomores were "prohibited from operating or possessing automobiles." The punishment was made more severe because of the student's four parking fines.
March 21, 1989
The Tartan publishes two extensive articles on student stress. The articles included topics such as signs of stress, side effects, and methods to combat stress.
March 21, 2004
David A. Tepper and his wife Marlene donate $55 million to Carnegie Mellon's School of Business, the largest donation CMU had received at the time. Because of this generous donation, the University renamed the GSIA to the Tepper School of Business.
March 23, 2009
The men's and women's swimming teams compete in the NCAA Division III championships in Minneapolis, Minn. Sophomore Molly Evans breaks the school record she set the year before in the 500-yard freestyle, finishing with a time of 4:54.34.
March 25, 2013
Greek organizations pass their four-year philanthropy goal of $150,000 for the Children's Institute. Instead they raise $171,000 in three years.