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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.
This residential college was established 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.
Silliman is Yale's largest residential college in terms of area, occupying most of a city block. Its courtyard is alternatively an informal athletic field, a site for college festivities, and a place for quiet repose.