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12 October 2020

A Tour of Parker Hall

In May of 2019 the old physics building on Auburn University campus was torn down. The days for the mathematics building, Parker Hall, are (probably) numbered now as well. I decided to take a brief tour of Parker Hall to show off my office and point out just a few of the quirks in this building that has been around for about seven decades.

Maybe one day I'll look back at this video and miss this old structure...


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