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.
I remember the slip n slide in the quad. It was so fun!
-Late night conversations and youtube videos -Halloween Club-A -Easter Weekend with my boyfriend (who I met in Graham)
Sunbathing in the quad!
Jamming on the balcony!
Playing pool in the basement until 3am.
We made some awesome songs under the band name "Boats in a Pavement Ocean." Look for our new album "Shaft Punch" on youtube.com soon!
The epic tug-of-war game at the beginning of the year that my building Graham 200 barely won.
Will getting written up for popping bubble wrap in the lounge.
Being written up in the upstairs 100 lounge
Moving in on Welcome Weekend and people watching by our window. AND my amazing roomie Colleen Zellitti!
Graham Olympics. I was part of the guys tug of war team. Classic stuff.
The night we wrapped the whole building in paper towels
Barbecuing in the quad on warm evenings.
Moving in on welcome weekend and people watching by the street-side window the ceiling and tv time with the best Tracy Sullivan
My friends Jeanie, Charley, and Shea at the bbq.
Great socials at the basement with amazing people.
Club Alpha! Living in the 100 - the BEST building. Watching the office in the basement. Eating waffles on the terraces and tie dying.
I don't have one specific memory in my mind but I do remember that I always had a fun time with people in the lounge. Staying up incredibly late and talking about whatever and making jokes about each other. These kind of things made my experience living in graham a very memorable one.
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