Named for Edward J.Carnell, Fuller’s second president, this building was originally used for dormitories and stood at the corner of Walnut Street and Oakland Avenue. When the School of Psychology building was constructed there in the 1980s, Carnell Hall was moved to its present location just north of Barker Commons. Over the years, it has housed one of the first clinics of the School of Psychology, faculty offices, the alumni office, marketing, and now FULLER studio.
“When I first started at Fuller, Raccoon Alley [behind Carnell Hall] welcomed me to life in the Pasadena urban jungle. Book or bag over my head, I’d have to fend for my life––or at least my lunch. It taught me how indomitable the human spirit is. I miss you Raccoon Alley. I <3 Fuller.” – Debbie Yu, Fuller staff
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