Issue Date: 
February 9, 2015

With a knowing grin, a snowman rests along the Fifth Avenue side of the Cathedral of Learning. His little sidekick wears an expression of awe, gazing at the majestic Gothic structure before him. No doubt, the sculptures were created during a burst of childlike silliness by artists forever anonymous. But surely the large snowman emits his creators’ life-giving energy. … In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy. — William Blake