fountain hopping

fountain hopping [fown·tan·hop·ing] n. literally the practice or act of jumping in a fountain, and of going from fountain to fountain jumping in each one in turn. At Stanford, where there are numerous fountains in various courtyards, quads and plazas, this is done as a Springtime ritual commencing once said fountains are turned on by facilities management staff ---which usually occurs around the First Day of Spring, barring extensive drought.


Notable Campus Fountains (suitable for hopping): The Claw and The Hoop.


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