Greg Prichard

Class of 2006


  • The Lost Campus

    On Friday, Carnegie Mellon University and its department of civil and environmental engineering held a ceremony at Porter Hall to commemorate the building’s centennial. It was an unusual acknowledgment of campus history, but it was appropriate, considering Porter is the first building on campus to pass the century mark.

    Pillbox | May 1, 2006
  • The Carnegie Tech that almost was

    2006 marks the 100th anniversary of many important Carnegie Mellon institutions and traditions. The creation of the College of Fine Arts, the founding of The Tartan, and even the construction of the school’s first buildings took place in the year 1906. Although the founding of the Carnegie Technical Schools took place in 1900 with Andrew Carnegie’s proposal to fund the school, it was another five ...

    Pillbox | April 17, 2006
  • The life and death of Dixmont State Hospital

    *The proper custody and treatment of the insane are now recognized as among the duties which every State owes its citizens; and as a consequence, structures for the special accommodation of those laboring under mental disease, provided at the general expense, ample in number, and under the supervision of the public authorities, will probably, before any long period, be found in every one of the Un...

    Pillbox | February 6, 2006

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