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West Campus
West Campus is an integral, vibrant part of Yale and a hub for innovative research spanning health, culture, energy and the environment.
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Calhoun College
Established in 1933, Calhoun College — home of the "Hounies" — is one of Yale’s 12 residential colleges. It is centrally located on the corner of College and Elm streets.
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Calhoun College.
Visitor Center
The Mead Visitor Center welcomes visitors from around the world to Yale. It is located at 149 Elm St., across the street from the New Haven Green.
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People watching a video at the Visitor Center.
Berkeley College
Berkeley College boasts a central location, beautiful collegiate gothic architecture, and a renowned dining hall. It is a lively community of spirited students, faculty, and staff.
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Berkeley College
Timothy Dwight College
This residential college is named after two university presidents, Timothy Dwight IV and Timothy Dwight V, who both left a lasting legacy at Yale.
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Timothy Dwight College
Yale Center for British Art
Presented to Yale by Paul Mellon, the center houses the largest collection of British art outside the United Kingdom.
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Yale Center for British Art
Pierson College
Pierson was founded and built in 1933, and was extensively renovated in 2004. Today, it is the largest residential college at Yale with approximately 500 students.
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Pierson College.
Morse College
Morse College is an eclectic structure built on an odd, angular site. In a modern attempt to capture the spirit of Gothic architecture, designer Eero Saarinen eliminated all right angles from the living areas.
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Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks by Claes Oldenburg.
Branford College
Branford College's courtyard, sometimes called “The Great Court," has been described as the most beautiful college courtyard in America, a statement attributed to the late poet Robert Frost.
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Branford College
Jonathan Edwards College
This residential college was stablished during the 1932–33 academic year, when Professor Robert Dudley French, the first master, appointed eight faculty members to be the first fellows of the college.
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Jonathan Edwards College

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