One of my favorite things about going to school on such a large campus is that like the Hogwarts castle, there are always hidden surprises and quirks waiting to be discovered around some unfrequented corner. Today I ran an errand at the School of Optometry’s Minor Hall, which is an inherently unimpressive name. Sorry, Ralph S. Minor. You must have been teased a lot.
But the best part was being directed to the annex building for Minor Hall and reading its name:
Getting the budget and building approvals must have been a cakewalk. Can you imagine? “Oh, not to worry sir; it’s just a Minor Addition.” “A minor addition? Well, I suppose it’s all right then, carry on.”