Norman C. Craig Lecture Hall

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Students listen to a lecture in the Norman C. Craig Lecture Hall.
Photo credit: John Seyfried

This two-story facility has a capacity of 119 and is the most high-tech lecture hall on campus, with an Internet connection at every seat. Multiple projectors can display images side-by-side, or centered across the 20-foot-wide screen. The space is used for introductory science lecture courses, which then break down into smaller discussion and laboratory sections.

The hall is named for alumnus Norman C. Craig, who taught chemistry, environmental chemistry, and physical chemistry at Oberlin for 43 years. He retired in 2000.