“The fountain was constructed near the University Center in 1998, while the university center itself was being constructed. It was named the Heritage Tower due to the people who gave it and what is supposed to represent. The word heritage can be defined as a way of life or traditional culture that is passed from one generation to the next, and by this definition torch represents the traditions and culture that has been shared by the students of FSU and FSCW over the years. This gift not only continued in the class gift tradition that was established at FSCW, but also reflected on the strong ties between the University and its alumnae.”
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by David Fronzak
Northeast Side of Doak Campbell Stadium, FSU Campus