Date: Fri, 6 Oct 1995 14:20:43 -0700 From: Allen Maberry Subject: Re: another thread The University of Washington has the QUAD which is a long formal mall with brick walkways planted with lovely flowering cherry trees. It also has another area which used to be a wooded sort of lawn flanked by Suzzallo Library and the Administration Building. In the early 70s a multi-level parking garage was built under the area. The formerly grassy area was paved over in red brick so the area is now called RED SQUARE. I don't think it has a formal name. In the rain those bricks are slicker than _________! (fill in the dialectical word of your choice) Allen maberry[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] On Fri, 6 Oct 1995, David Bergdahl wrote: > Ohio University Electronic Communication > > > Date: 06-Oct-1995 03:31pm EST > > To: Remote Addressee ( _MX%"ADS-L[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]UGA.CC.UGA.EDU ) > > From: David Bergdahl Dept: English > BERGDAHL Tel No: (614) 593-2783 > > Subject: another thread > > > Speaking of greens: it's Harvard YARD and Syracuse has a QUAD[rangle] and Ohio U > has a GREEN. How many different names for the central campus area are there? > > BERGDAHL[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]OUVAXA.CATS.OHIOU.EDU > David Bergdahl Ohio University/Athens > "Where Appalachia meets the Midwest" > > > > Received: 06-Oct-1995 03:33pm >