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Frasch Hall 

Frasch Hall sits at the corner of Beauregard Drive and Ryan Street. It was named in 1965 for Dr. Herman Frasch, a German chemist who developed the modern process for mining sulfur. He first performed his process in western Calcasieu Parish on Christmas Eve,1894. The building was designed by the architectural & engineering firm of Dunn & Quinn and constructed in 1955 as the Science Building. The annex was designed by Vincent & King Architects, and added in 1993 to include more classrooms and labs. It houses the Departments of Biological & Environmental Sciences and Physics within the College of Science.

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