The 40 cadets who remained on the Maryland Agricultural College (M.A.C.) campus during the 1912 Thanksgiving weekend would never have predicted the catastrophic event that altered the campus’ future. 396 more words
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Beaux Arts Conclusion
Before we move on to the Modernist and Post-Modernist periods of architecture on campus, we are going to take a moment to catch up on any Beaux Arts details that we have not covered yet as well as conclude our discussion of the Beaux Arts. 964 more words
Spent the night watching the activity swirling around the administration building. A curious sight. I suspected Enoch and Elam are no longer their guests. 34 more words
The woman took me to the administration building, and then down into the bowels of the structure.
I was put in a room with Elam, and left there. 30 more words
We did not return to the home of Sy’s parents last night. We did not want to chance jeopardizing them.
Instead we passed a quiet night in the square. 91 more words
September 21, 2016, will mark sixty years since the most damaging fire in Emory’s history—a conflagration that began in the Administration Building’s fourth-floor offices of public relations and development (aren’t they always trying to set people on fire for Emory?) It was a Friday morning in 1956, little more than a year since the building had been dedicated. 393 more words