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Wow. It that's the Roux Library, a visitor must wonder why the only possible books in sight are Bibles and hymn books.
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Is the accompaniment a long-lost composition by Beethoven?
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Someone should have shot down the drone before it displayed this mess of a campus.
It only makes Thomas Jefferson look to be a very great architect.
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a drone's-eye view of any assemblage of flat-roofed buildings doesn't tend to be the most flattering. But, the grass sure looks green.