The familiar sound of running water briefly returned to the center of campus Wednesday afternoon.
Frog Fountain, the iconic structure in the Campus Commons, is undergoing tests before a dedication in mid-March.
"Today is one of the only times we'll be turning it off and on," said Harold Leeman, associate director for major projects with the Physical Plant.
There is no specific date set yet for the dedication, but the preparation and testing process will be going on for the next two to three weeks, said Lisa Albert, communications specialist.
It is known that half of the new facade of the south end zone fell into a pile of dust and twisted metal early Friday morning.
Although the surveillance tapes are not being released to the public, the commendable action of the administration and construction companies is the swift response taken toward investigating this incident.
Luckily, the structural collapse did not happen while crews were on the work site and moreover, it did not happen during a football game when the stands would most likely be full of fans.
In the town of Savannah, Tenn., the concept of disaster is not typically a conversation topic. Trouble may come in the form of a few guys looking for mischief down by the shores of Pickwick Lake or after some hard loss in a Friday night rivalry at the football stadium.
Disaster struck Savannah on Tuesday night during one of the most devastating tornado outbreaks in Tennessee history.
Consistency is paramount in golf - for the women's program, top-25 finishes when the seasons come to a close are the status-quo under coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin.
Since entering the Mountain West Conference, the Horned Frogs have earned three consecutive NCAA Regional Tournament bids and have taken a conference championship title.
112th Southwestern Exposition and Live Stock Show (Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum)
For 112 years, Fort Worth has lived up to its motto as "Where the West Begins" during the annual rodeo and stock show. Cowboys and cowgirls from countries as far as Wales and Australia compete for rodeo stardom in Fort Worth.
At this point last season, the men's basketball team had a 10-8 record and had lost its fourth consecutive game.
That loss was near the beginning of an abysmal 11-game losing streak. However, one year later, the team is in a different position with an 11-6 record and sole possession of second place in the Mountain West Conference, which sent two teams to the NCAA Tournament and two teams to the National Invitational Tournament last year.