King Building

King Building
Front exterior of the King Building with bikes parked in the bike racks.
Photo credit: Yvett Chen ’16

King Memorial Building is the main classroom building for social sciences, humanities, math, and computer science classes. In addition to classrooms, large lecture halls are equipped with data and video projectors with touch-screen controls and network access.

Academic and faculty offices of the departments of anthropology, classics, computer science, East Asian studies, rhetoric and composition, mathematics, philosophy, and sociology are in King. Designed by Minoru Yamasaki in 1966, the building resembles the Conservatory of Music nearby with its large picture windows and white structure.


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