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Snee Hall is a must-see. In the atrium, check the seismograph to see if there’s significant seismic activity anywhere on the planet.
Down the hall to the left you’ll find a comfortable reading room; to the right, the Timothy N. Heasley Mineralogical Museum, which contains precious and semi-precious stones from all over the world.
This building, home to Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, was funded by William E. Snee, a 1925 Cornell chemical engineering grad who prospered in the oil and gas exploration business
This point of interest is part of the tour: Cornell Engineering Quad