The rain on panes stays mainly on one plane. This photo was taken in an office at the Industrial Center Building.

Looking up from the northeast corner of the ground floor of Wilson Hall gives you an appreciation of the building’s geometry.

Some visitors to Wilson Hall lost control of their shark balloon one evening late last month. Their small, overinflated airship followed the convection air flow in the atrium. Those with atrium-facing office windows may have seen the shark swimming about. This picture was taken from the 8th floor.

Shadowy sign

Sunlight reflecting off the glass of Wilson Hall and through the window next to the Cross Gallery west door casts a shadow in the hallway next to the Main Control Room.