Eaton Hall (Tufts)


Eaton Hall (Tufts)

Eaton Hall is located on the Medford/Somerville campus of Tufts University, near Boston. The building -- one of the most historic on the Tufts campus, used to house the University library. Today, the library's former study area is home to Eaton Computer Lab, the University's main lab for general use. The building also hosts the Sociology, Anthropology, Classics, American Studies, and Political Science departments. It is just north of the Tisch Library and next to the Goddard Chapel.


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