The F.W. Olin Building is home to Southwestern's Aquatic Animal Research Laboratory. Here, Dr. Jesse Purdy has been studying the amazing cuttlefish, a mollusk known for its camouflage techniques, for nearly 30 years. In 2007, Dr. Purdy and his work was featured on PBS' NOVA
The Pirate Studio is a new facility to aid in multimedia production. Sets include green screen, an interview set, and a one-button studio that allows anyone to record a video message without training or equipment.
The Language Learning Center offers you access to multimedia courseware and native language materials that span the globe. You can access Web-based digital lab manuals, write papers, develop multimedia presentations, and access media via Internet, cable and satellite.

F.W. Olin Building

The F.W. Olin Building is a state-of-the-art academic building, home to two large lecture halls, electronic classrooms, the Language Learning Center, an experimental psychology laboratory, and faculty offices for the Classics, Communication Studies, Psychology, and Modern Languages and Literatures Departments.

Find this location on Google Maps