A History of Princeton Clubs (in photo)

Another bicker season has come and gone, leaving a trail of PrincetonFMLs in its wake. But have you ever wondered: what were eating clubs like back in the day? Could you have joined Key and Seal Club? And where were all the chicks?

For our wistful alumni and amusement-seeking readers, look no further:

(all photos courtesy of  fineanddandyshop.com):

Members of Cannon Club (1949); sausagefest

Members of Cannon Club (1949), i.e. sausage-fest

Playing pool at Quad (1956) now features 3x more beer

The best part of this photo? The pipes, man.

The best part of this photo? Pipes, man.

That one guy just HAD to put his leg up.

Elm Club (1956): that one guy just HAD to put his leg up.

And for the sake of some shameless, self-promotion:

University Press Club (too legit to quit)

The University Press Club.

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