Back in Oxley!

The Linguistics Department has left the Ohio Stadium and returned to a newly-renovated Oxley Hall. This is the building’s second restoration; the first took place in 1989 before the Department first moved into Oxley in 1991. We now occupy the entirety of Oxley Hall. We have three conference rooms/classrooms-- including one large enough to host colloquia. There are also seven sound-proof recording spaces (including a large double-walled booth and also a sound-proof living room!) in addition to many other lab spaces. 

Our new front door
Our new front door

The front hallway
The front hallway

The new soundproofed "living room"
The soundproof "living room", a soundproofed naturalistic space for sociolinguistic recording.

One of the new graduate student offices
One of the new graduate student offices

Cynthia Clopper's sociophonetics lab
Sociophonetics lab (for perception experiments)

The psycholinguistic recording lab
The psycholinguistics recording booths

First colloquium speaker in the new room
Our new space for talks

Our new exam/seminar room
The new exam/seminar room

The renovated 122, which is used for discussion groups and small classes

The renovated 122, which is used for discussion groups and small classes
The renovated 122, which is mainly used for discussion groups and small classes

The new Aquarium
The new Aquarium

Our new kitchen
The new kitchen, with a dishwasher!

The atrium
A new and much less precarious stairway in the atrium

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