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Rosenbaum Squash Center

Part of the $13-million addition to the Freeman Athletic Center completed in January, 2005, the Rosenbaum Squash Center features eight international squash courts.  Each has its own dedicated electronic scoreboard operated by remote control.  The squash center is named in honor of Bob Rosenbaum, University Professor of Mathematics and Science emeritus and founder and chair of Wesleyan's PIMMS (Project to Increase Mastery of Mathematics and Science) program, initiated in 1979.  Rosenbaum was an outstanding squash player for Wesleyan's faculty squad during his Wesleyan tenure and was a four-time national age-group champion in the sport.