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Apr/May 2015: A Day in the Life: Residential Colleges
Since the 1980s, residential colleges have been the first place Princeton undergraduates call home. Today, the University's two-year and four-year colleges are at the heart of student life, where freshmen through seniors and resident graduate students live, eat, learn, create, and grow together.
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A Home for Creativity and Connection
In designing the new Music Building and Lewis Center for the Arts complex, architect Steven Holl sought to create a collective space that would relate to the rest of the campus. In this video, he discusses his vision for the project and University Architect Ron McCoy *80 describes the connections Princetonians have with the University’s venerable buildings, and the challenge that presents for this new generation of architecture.
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