Thursday, January 3, 2008
Drumheller Fountain and Frosh Pond
View of "Frosh Pond" at the University of Washington. Originally called Geyser Basin for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, the name was changed to Frosh Pond when a group of sophomores threw some freshmen into the pond. Drumheller Fountain, in the center of Frosh Pond, was a gift from Regent Joseph Drumheller for the university's centennial celebration in 1961.
Mary Gates Hall is visible on the right.