A student display on the invention of the telescope

This hallway is a time machine. Step inside, and you’ll find yourself in the age of Shakespeare, learning about the sciences as the Bard of Avon understood them. You are guarunteed to feel grateful that science has advance since Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing were first performed on stage. So much, in fact, that you’ll likely be eager to return to the present—i.e., the other end of the hall. But don’t be too eager, for you have lots to discover in these works by the students of Danny Long’s science-writing class, Radical Science Writing.

A student-generated display on the treatment of headaches during the Elizabethan Age.

Located in Norlin Library, 3rd floor, near the south stairway. This exhibits is updated each semester. Images seen here are from the 2018 spring installation.