This area, at
the southeast corner of the campus, includes the Dorothy Johansen house,
where faculty offices, the quantitative skills center, the science center, and the writing center are located. Some of the unusual trees
around the house include an empress tree and a Chinese photinia.
This map is also
notable for the driveway lined with London plane trees. These trees are
famous for producing elegant, shaded roadways, and they are found along
streets in London, New York, and Washington D.C..
This area once
contained many English Holly trees that were thought to be remnants of
a nursery that once existed at this site. The trees were removed in the
summer of 2002.