This state-of-the-art library and computer center has an appropriately futuristic look, although the materials—limestone and brick—were chosen to relate it to older campus structures. It is entered through a glazed rotunda, recessed between flanking blocks of varying heights. Designed by a well-known Boston firm, the new library replaced Northcott Science Hall (1915, H. Rus Warne), whose Tudor-arched entrance has been reused as the entrance to the new facility.
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