University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Old Well rotunda to undergo accessibility upgrades

At University of North Carolina’s Chapel Hill campus legend has it that if on the first day of each semester you drink out from the Old Well fountain you will maintain a 4.0 GPA. The drinking fountain located beneath a domed rotunda structure in the is a key fixture on campus and recognizable as the symbol used in the university’s branding and logo. Beginning on May 30, the Old Well will undergo renovation that will introduce a permanent sloped ramp that will unite the stone pavers with the uppermost platform of the well.

Since its initial construction in 1795—when it was built as the

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