Trees that blossom in springtime and rustle in the breeze; the calm, slightly rippling water; an encircling path to stroll on; and benches, stones and grass to sit on make this a favorite place. Its visitors are folks of all ages, each taking it in at their own pace--kids pointing to the fish and chasing the geese, a man reclining on the white marble steps that lead to the Museum of Art, business women in walking shoes on a lunch break.
For students, it’s a place to take your lunch, connect with a friend, study in the sunshine, or simply let yourself slow down for just a moment. For me, the lagoon is part of the culture of University Circle and it’s the kind of place that is always a source of energy.
Katherine Gullett, MBA ’13 - Cultural Contributor
I’m a Cleveland native who loves my city, and I am thrilled to be sharing it with you. It seems I always have recommendations of things to do and places to see. This summer, I’ve started experiencing the city from a fresh perspective--by getting here and there on my bicycle.