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A major donation from the Singaporean businessman and philanthropist Dr Lee Seng Tee (whose daughter studied at the college) enabled the construction of the Lee Seng Tee Library and the Lee Seng Tee Hall.
The Club Room, at the heart of the college, includes the college bar and a dance floor space.At the time, all the undergraduate colleges of the university were single-sex institutions and University College was the first in the university to admit men and women as both students and Fellows.The college, from its outset, set out to be a cosmopolitan and egalitarian institution with distinct differences from the older, more traditional Cambridge colleges, with no Senior Combination Room, no "High Table" reserved for Fellows at formal dinners in the college and no portraits hung in the Dining Hall.It is the main communal space for students, and is the venue for many entertainment events.0518-212016Lookin for somebody to have fun thursday or now. I have no kids but help my mother with her foster children. I am not looking for someone old enough to be my dad so if you are more than 33 I'm not interested.Though most of the college's buildings are modern, the design of the campus is similar to that of the university's older colleges, with buildings grouped around two main courts.
The floor of the entrance hall to the main building is made of thin slices of granite taken from the old London Bridge (the main section of which was taken to Arizona to be rebuilt in the late-1960s).
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In the 1990s, with the help of the Gatsby Foundation, the college purchased the "western field" on which was built the Chancellor's Centre and further residential blocks.
The college is known for its entertainment events and performances, which attract visitors from many other colleges of the university.
The college was based at Bredon House, a property built in the early twentieth century by John Stanley Gardiner, who was a Professor of Zoology at the university from 1909 to 1937.