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With grants from Microsoft and Dell, the university has stocked Rhodes Hall, above, with the supercomputers necessary to train undergraduate computer scientists and allow faculty to conduct the innovative research necessary to advance the field.

The curved building, which opened in 1990, mirrors the nearby Cascadilla Creek. It is named after Frank H. T. Rhodes, president of the university from 1977 until 1995.

Across the street, the baseball team practices on Hoy Field in the springtime. The roof of Barton Hall is visible in the distance. The yellow-trimmed Upson Hall is part of the Engineering Quad.