Here are some snapshots from
around the department.
Suzanne's office is the hub
of the department. Note the food at the left side of the picture
and the coffee at the right in the background. Very important
for students and profs alike.
The sitting area outside Suzanne's office. A good place to
read the paper, do some homework, or watch people throwing
The fourth-floor hallway. You can see Biology's cactus at
the end of the hall.
The Biological Anthropology classroom, with some of the teaching
collection in the cases in the back of the picture.
Barnes 407, one of our generic classrooms.
The seminar room, a smaller space for smaller classes (but
hopefully more learned discussions).
The display cases showing off a senior
project on hipster craft markets in New York City.
The plotter, where all the poster-making action occurs. This
guy is awesome, let me tell you. A visitor office is in the background.
Some of the department atlatls, used by the Atlatl Club on
Sundays from 2-4pm.