The Keohane Sports Center is well maintained, with all that one would expect from a gym. The lack of exercise equipment, however, is a big complaint among students, particularly with those who trek over to the sports center to find a line for one of the few working treadmills. Runners might be better off taking to the path around the lake, a less-crowded and prettier, yet more rugged, option. The relatively new Lulu Wang Campus Center, in all of its modern architecture glory, is gorgeous and loved by students—a popular place for students to eat, study, and chill.
The computer labs are all very nice, and most are also stocked with comfortable couches and armchairs. Classrooms in Pendleton and the Science Center tend to be well laid out and high tech, though those in Founders are cramped and stuffed with Wellesley's signature big, wooden straight-backed chairs from what seems like long ago. The Science Center is a love-it-or-hate-it affair, with its Mondrian-esque exterior encasing the remains of the old brick building inside. The campus is indisputably gorgeous, and walking up to Tower Great Hall or the Quad can take your breath away. The East Side dorms (Bates, Freeman, McAfee), on the other hand, may make you break out in a cold sweat, but they serve their purpose—and they're mostly hidden by trees, anyway.