Physics Department Photo Album K-vector Kenyon shield


Rutherford B. Hayes Hall*

*a/k/a Mathematics and Physics (MAP) Building

In the fall of 2000, we moved to the Mathematics and Physics (MAP) building, part of the new Science Complex at Kenyon. In 2002 MAP was named in honor of Rutherford B. Hayes, Kenyon alumnus and 19th President of the United States. Here are some recent snapshots of our new digs.




View from Middle Path to the Philip Mather Science Quad. Hayes Hall, home of the Physics and Math Departments, is on the right. Going right to left around the quad: Hayes, Tomsich Hall (Chemistry), Higley Hall (Biology), and Samuel Mather Hall (Psychology).




Rutherford B. Hayes Hall, formerly known as the Mathematics and Physics (MAP) building, on the northern side of the quad. The Physics Department is located in the basement and the first two floors.




Physics majors Eric Christiansen, '03 (pilot) and Ben Hildebrand, '03 (photographer) snapped this aerial photo of the science quad. Hayes Hall is at left center of the picture. Samuel Mather Hall is at center with Ascension Hall facing it across Middle Path at the top of the picture.


Contact: Benjamin Schumacher , Dept. of Physics. Updated 13-August-2002 (TSS)