Locations: North side of Sutherland Community Garden, above major water fountains near restrooms
Ram Head Fountain
Housed in Sutherland Community Garden, in the northwest corner of the Lory Student Center Courtyard, are three Ram Head Fountains that were part of the original building, which was constructed in 1962. Initially there were seven Ram Heads, but four were damaged over the years. The current sculptures were preserved during the LSC renovation for inclusion in the Courtyard. The Ram Heads are hand carved and were designed by the same man who created the original Venetian Glass Tiles installations now adorning the Main Staircase.
Water Fountain Quotes
There are a total of seven Water Fountain Quotes throughout the revitalized LSC that display individual quotes from many of Colorado State’s distinguished presidents. The Water Fountain Quotes serve as a way to commemorate the University’s influential leaders. In recent years, additional Water Fountain Quotes have been added to include quotes from vice presidents.
- Level 100 west bathrooms across from the Ramskeller, quote by 1st President Elijah E. Edwards
- Level 200 west entrance bathrooms, quote by 12th President Albert C. Yates
- Level 20 west/east corridor bathrooms across from the Information Desk, quote by 14th President Tony Frank
- Level 200 LSC Theatre restrooms, quote by 1st Vice President of Diversity Mary Ontiveros
- Level 200 south entrance across from Intermissions coffee shop, Quote by Vice President of Student Affairs Blanche Hughes
- Level 300 across down central hallway past the SDPS offices, quote by 8th President William E. Morgan
- Level 300 bathrooms and fountains beginning if the hall next to the event planning offices, quote by 5th President Charles A. Lory
About the Lory Student Center
The Lory Student Center is proud to foster an environment that honors and respects all members of the University community, and creates a friendly, inviting destination for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests. We are proud to be the gathering place for the campus community, and to offer vibrant social, educational, recreational, and cultural activities that stimulate discussion and debate.