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Tag: East College

  • Princeton’s East College: Horses, Cannons, and Ghosts

    By Iliyah Coles ’22 East College, built in 1833, was Princeton’s first building solely used to house students. It stood across from West College (now Morrison Hall) and Cannon Green, and the Bulletin Elm once stretched from East College to the Old Chapel. Before its demolition in 1897, East College had been the site of…