Lemmons
Classrooms ring the outside of the Lemmons Center, with a lecture hall and faculty offices in the center. The building is designed to look like a water molecule.

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Then

Lemmons

The Lemmons Center, then called Calder Center, was built in 1964-65 and copied by area schools because of its unique design. It was remodeled in 1997 and renamed for project donors. Classrooms ring the outside of the building, with a lecture hall and faculty offices in the center.

Now

Lemmons Now

The Lemmons Center contains the 165-seat Calder Lecture Hall, the second-largest lecture hall on campus.