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Grey College at the University of Durham (361 words)
Grey College at the University of Durham was established in 1959 and named for the second Earl Grey, the Prime Minister of Britain in 1832 when the University of Durham was founded.
Grey College occupies spacious grounds south of the River Wear and overlooking the historic Durham city center.
The college library of Grey College, University of Durham, with the college’s master, Professor Martyn Chamberlain, behind the desk.
Grey College, Durham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (866 words)
Grey College is a college of the University of Durham in England.
Grey College was exclusively for male students until the start of the 1984-1985 academic year, when a contingent of nineteen women joined the college in their first year as a pilot program.
Grey was the first college in Durham to have all of its bedrooms connected to the university computer network.
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