ale College, the undergraduate part of Yale, comprises 12 residential colleges: Berkeley, Branford, Calhoun, Davenport, Ezra Stiles, Jonathan Edwards, Morse, Pierson, Saybrook, Silliman, Timothy Dwight and Trumbull. Each Yale undergraduate is affiliated with a college and most choose to live in the college's residence hall. The residential colleges are architecturally diverse, ranging from Neo-Gothic, through neo-Georgian to pure Modernism, with most possessing a beautifully serene courtyard. Modelled on the Oxbridge collegial system, each college has a professor as its residential Master, whose eminenece in his or her field invariably enables students to meet famous people from all professions at the Master's Teas. The colleges also engage in vigorous atheletic and intellectual competitions.
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