In Photos: How Construction Has Changed Campus

Photos by Guanyi Cao and Natalia Maidique

Additional photos courtesy of Mark Dodici '22, Candace Do, and Abby de Riel '22

Web Design by Abani Ahmed and Brian Tieu

Over the summer, construction sites descended all over Princeton’s campus. For many students, the presence of construction can be felt at all hours of the day. While these projects work towards improving our future campus, presently they prevent students from experiencing the full beauty of our school. For those reminiscing of campus before the massive mounds of dirt and rumbling construction vehicles, we have compiled before vs. after photos of various landmarks on campus.

Use the sliders to switch between a view of a particular location with and without construction.

Butler College

Butler Complex Walk

Walk Outside Frist Campus Center

Schultz Laboratory and Thomas Laboratory

Whitman College

Whitman Circle

First College

1937 Hall

University Art Museum

Guyot Hall

McCosh Health Center

Lewis Library