OK, I know I promised Elections Part II today, but frankly that just isn’t going to happen. We’re in the throes of a building cleanout program in Science and Engineering and it’s organized mayhem for me right now.
I have, however, a rare treat, a picture that includes the back side of the Chemistry Building, quite possibly the least photographed spot on campus. (If you’ll recall, we saw the only other such photo I know of here, in the group of shots taken from the top of Herman Brown in the 1980s.)
I ran across this one the other day while I was trying to track down the stealthy movements of the Tau Beta Pi bent through the Engineering Quad. We’re seeing it through the skeleton of the Mechanical Engineering Building:
It’s a bad, obstructed view of the back of the Chemistry Building, but you can’t deny that that’s the back of the Chemistry Building.
Bonus: I found this while cleaning out a lab in Anderson Biology. It’s the very first kind of computer I ever used, an IBM XT.