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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Photo of the Day: Callaway

The Callaway Center--formally known as the Loula Walker and Ely Reeves Callaway Sr. Memorial Center (bonus: can you spot the grammatical error in that title?)--has been the most confusing, labyrinthine building on campus since it was renovated in 1996. Seen here from Bowden Hall across the Quad, Callaway once housed the physics department, but is now the place to find lost humanities students and even a few bewildered professors.

At the building's dedication, Ely R. Callaway Jr. 40C quipped that when he was an undergraduate at Emory, he was "always too scared to even come in the physics building. I feel a lot more comfortable with it now. I think I could pass something in this building."

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