Ricardo Barros’ photo essay continues online with a dozen additional images of the Graduate College and its surroundings. Photos by Ricardo Barros Comment ArchivesClaudio Bruno *73 *77 Says: 2013-09-17 11:19:07 I have not seen the GC since 2000, I think ... The trees and greenery have changed quite a bit, and are more beautiful than before. Also, in my time, the building on the right of the entrance was always, or nearly always, locked, and we joked that at night you could see lights inside and ghosts ... I spent two very intense years living there, the best years of my life. Bo Lin *90 Says: 2013-09-17 18:10:18 I am so glad that the beauty of the Graduate College has remained the same, which brings back so many good memories. Time seemed to have frozen since I was there. There are so many absolutely beautiful places in the Graduate College that a photo of the gorgeous dinner room, I believe it's called Procter Hall, did not even make the list. Joseph Bruno Levy *58 Says: 2013-09-17 18:11:23 It was beautiful and is still beautiful. I have a photo in my bedroom and look at it every night! May it live for the ages to come! Brett Tomlinson, PAW Says: 2013-09-17 20:18:12 Thanks, Bo. Procter Hall was featured in the photo essay published in the print issue, which is available online at http://paw.princeton.edu/issues/2013/09/18/pages/4756/index.xml or via the article link ("Away From the Horde") in the right sidebar. Susanna Gaertner *74 Says: 2013-09-18 09:10:57 I also think the greenery has changed for the better since my years of living there ... these photos memorialize its beauty, inside and out. Alan Gregory *70 Says: 2013-09-23 09:28:04 I lived one year in the "new" area and one year in the "old." My most vivid memories are the dinners in Procter Hall full of gown-clad students and port tasting in the common room.