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Frog Fountain

A focal point of campus life for four decades, the fountain features four stylized lotus leaves, a motif chosen because of the historic association of the lotus with education. Originally placed in front of the Brown-Lupton Student Center, the fountain was refurbished and moved to the new Campus Commons in 2008. Frog Fountain was created with a gift from oilman H. Houghton Phillips, Sr., of San Antonio, and his wife, Winnie. Funding for the restoration and reinstallation of Frog Fountain was provided by Trustee Emeritus John V. Roach '61 MBA '65, former chairman of TCU's Board of Trustees, and his wife Jean Wiggin Roach '64, their daughter, TCU Trustee Amy Roach '89, and daughter and son-in-law Lori and Craig Davis '95 '95.

2855 Main Drive 76109, Fort Worth, TX 76109

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Landmarks, On Campus

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