Collis Center

by The Dartmouth | 1/22/15 4:01pm

by Natalie Cantave / The Dartmouth

Year Built: 1901

This building was originally home to the College Club, a now-defunct eating group for students. Throughout its years, it has been a first-year dining hall and the location of the College’s first computers. Now, it’s the locus of campus life at Dartmouth. Although the activities the space hosts are relatively tame, Collis was previously used for full body painting performances, roller skating and even a rumored pudding wrestling contest back in the day.