In late 2014 Princeton University hired me to photograph the WaWa, on University Place, which was about to be demolished. This WaWa was a legendary haven of midnight comfort. Generations of students had nourished body and soul at this concrete oasis. Some considered it to be a historic landmark. But now, nearly choked by new traffic patterns and chain link fence, the building projected a more derelict facade.  My challenge was to portray the building truthfully, yet also to preserve dignity in the memories this iconic architecture represents.