Acqua alle Funi
Water to the Ropes
the GSA online journal
March 17, No 1
"Acqua alle Funi" is an online
journal intended to entertain news and views relevant one way or another
to the Fermilab graduate student community. The GSA hopes
to receive attention and contributions from the Lab community and
particularly from the young high energy physics people.
The first Acqua alle Funi legend dates to
1586 at the erection of the Obelisk in Saint Peter's Square.
"Acqua all Funi" was used as a rallying cry by some of the constructors of the Fermilab accelerator during the moments that preceded its successful operation in 1972. In 1978 a metal sculpture by Fermilab Director R. R. Wilson was erected in the reflecting pond in front of the Wilson Hall. It is a hyperbolic obelisk named "Acqua alle Funi."
August 20, No 2
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