Francis Scott Fitzgerald entered Princeton University in 1913. Fitzgerald is a known American fiction writer who wrote the famous novels The Beautiful an the Damned, The Last Tycoon, Tender is the Night, and the one that hit the big screen just a few years back The Great Gatsby.
He also had an unfinished novel titled The Last Tycoon and during his lifetime, a great number of his short stories were published in magazines. When he was a student in Princeton, he dedicated his time in writing thus he joined in Princeton Triangle Club and the Princeton Tiger. He was bid by the University’s eating club and he chose to be part of the University Cottage Club where houses Fitzgerald’s writing materials and desk in its library.