'Sleepwalker' braves the cold at Massachusetts college
Steven Senne, Associated Press
Brace yourself. There’s a zombie on a Massachusetts college campus.
OK, not really. But Wellesley College is debating whether to allow an art project — Sleepwalker, which shows a man dressed in his underwear out in the snow — to remain on the campus, BBC News reported. A petition was filed and signed by 300 people to get the statue taken down.
“Students have reported feelings of apprehension and fear after witnessing the sculpture, and have called for it to be removed,” BBC said.
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