Corner office

Published: March 2011

University President William P. Leahy, SJ, works out of two adjoining rooms in the northwest corner of Botolph House, a modest colonial at the edge of Middle Campus. (He resides, with other Jesuits, in St. Mary’s Hall on Linden Lane.) The outer, formal room is used for meetings and ceremonial functions. The narrow office beyond this, once a sunroom, contains a desk, bookshelves, files, music, photographs, and the memorabilia of a lifelong St. Louis Cardinals fan. For a 360° view of each room, click and scroll left or right. To zoom in, press the Shift key; press Control to zoom out. To learn more about selected objects, click on the red @ that appears on the screen.

This feature was posted on Thursday, March 17, 2011 and is filed under Interactive Features.
Executive Producer: Ravi Jain; Producer: Brian Snyder; Photography: Ryan Newton.