First things first: a few views of Wilf, my hall of residence.
Some of the other Butler buildings (Wilf's on the right):
Inside - the Butler Gallery (still in progress) and Butler Lounge (replete with grand piano):
The courtyard, and its dedication:
Moving away from Butler, this is Whitman College, across the road from me. I can't remember who called it "faux-Gothic" and "like Disneyland", but they were right:
I decided to check out the gym at this point - I'll spare you the dull photos of timetables and weights machines, but suffice it to say that it looks awesome. There's a cardio room upstairs full of crosstrainers and exercise bikes, the Stevens Fitness Center with more cardio stuff (inc. treadmills), fixed weights and freeweights, and a swimming pool downstairs - and everything's free! I could get used to this.
Moving on, the university chapel (it's big and dark, so my flash worked imperfectly and I had to digitally enhance these):
I think the architecture speaks for itself.
Finally, the Firestone Library, which confusingly also looks like a church.
And a few other odds and sods from around campus:
This chap is John Witherspoon, a big figure in the independence movement (boo) and an early president at Princeton.
I don't know whether this comes from Black Books or the Geman, though I like the first option better.
Princeton invariably take the view that it's best to be calm and measured about minor, generally non-fatal health threats.
That's all from me for now - expect another post later, hopefully with a final decision about course choices.