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sra2801 wrote a review Apr 2019
Lawrenceville, New Jersey123 contributions23 helpful votes
I have attended a number of lectures / classes in McCosh 10; it is a large lecture hall seating well over 200. With its raised stage you can easily see the lecturer and their audio visual material. The sound is a little challenging at times but when the lecturer takes the time to prep the audio resources it is fine. The large side windows can let in too much light at times but an experienced lecturer knows where the drape controls are and adjusts them when needed. (The rest of the building is a warren of classrooms, seminar rooms, halls and offices. Walking through it is always interesting because there is 'something' always going on.)…
Date of experience: April 2019
Salvatore F wrote a review Feb 2018
Piscataway, New Jersey379 contributions66 helpful votes
Well, when you are on Princeton Campus, it is just another walk. You woun't even know you just passed it.
Date of experience: February 2018
urbanguy wrote a review Oct 2017
Richmond, Virginia3,636 contributions373 helpful votes
This large Tudor Gothic building dates from 1907. It houses the Department of English and the American Studies Program. Within, are four large lecture halls, other classrooms, and offices.
Date of experience: August 2017
susanwZ1268JY wrote a review Sep 2017
Princeton, New Jersey8 contributions3 helpful votes
This is the home of the English Department, and site of 4 beautiful lecture halls on the second floor, host to an international roster of visitors
Date of experience: June 2017
James F wrote a review Nov 2016
135 contributions35 helpful votes
Several large classrooms, lecture halls, and department offices are housed in this classic Princeton University building. It's attractive and easy to just walk in. Hot in the summertime.
Date of experience: November 2016