Remembrance of things Graham
Earlier this year, the Alumni Association asked alumni to submit their favorite memories of Graham. Here are the responses. Add your own memory using the comment box below.
My sister live in the same room! Have pity, give me the room!
April fools, taping the doors shut
-playing cards in the quad while smoking cigars -late night philosophy and political debates in the lounges
All of them!
Time in the study nook, dorm football/basketball games, the quote board, Lanalin!
Giants winning the 2010 World Series!
Chilling in the lounge on any lazy Sunday afternoon. The first club A.
-Filling up the kiddie-pool and BBQ-ing -being in the bathroom when the fire alarm went off
Stoplight gets knocked off of post on the alameda, becomes a fixture in room 303.
Chilling in the lounge for hours and hours.
The welcoming family that I met there Freshman year. This dorm certainly made my experience a lot less nerve wrecking and a lot more comforting.
Playing pool in the basement hanging out in the quad
The Grahamily will never be forgotten. Countless memories!
Bonding in the lounges/study nook of 100. 100 wins Saturnalia in 2011!
Drinking out of cups.
April Fools night when we taped someones door shut and hid our cf's stuff.
The first "Club A" of 2010 was 80s themed any my favorite night of the year. The basement was packed, neon lit, and everyone was having a blast!
My favorite Graham memory would be how a prank war started out among the floor and escalated to the point of having a blow-up doll.
When Graham 100 caught fire, and the Graham complex was evacuated.
Saturnalia 2011 was my favorite Graham moment!
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