Hulings Hall is a large facility that houses the Biology department. It is one of three buildings that make up the Science Complex, along with Olin Hall (with which it is connected) and Mudd Hall. The first two floors house lab rooms, while the third floor is home to the offices of Biology faculty. Biology lectures are usually in Olin.
Hulings was known as the Biological Science Building (BSB, which led to the informal "Big Stupid Building," an epithet used mostly by those who had enjoyed the field which used to exist before the construction of the BSB) for a time before it recieved its current name.
Hulings is the newest building in the Science Complex. The construction of the new biology building was approved by the Board of Trustees in 1989, along with a Math/CS building (now the CMC), an alumni hall, new facilities for Admissions and an Alumni guest house. A new residence hall near Goodhue Hall  was approved, but never built.
Hulings was first opened for Fall Term 1995. In 1996, it was named for benefactors A.D. Hulings '36 and Mary Elizabeth Andersen Hulings '36 (also known as Bill and Betty Hulings), whose names are also inscribed in the Founders Court.
- ↑ Besecke, Kelly. "Trustees approve new construction." The Carletonian, 17 February 1989: Page 1.