It started in 1961, when students painted a white bikini on the statue.
On Tuesday, a small plane flying over the campus carried an ominous banner that read, “Take the statue down or we will.”
“There should be a statue of John Carlos in every city,” KO opined.
A fallback position, adding an Eisenhower statue to the existing World War II Memorial, is already being discussed.
Of course, this incident is about more than just the statue.
Then she turned on her heel all of one piece, like a statue on a pivot, and went homewards.
His family set up his statue in a public square in New York.
Pray you, do not think me Unworthy of your ear: it was your beauty That turn'd me statue.
There was placed on exhibition a famous Greek marble, a statue of Aphrodite.
Mrs. Lear stood by the gate for all the world like a statue of bronze.
c.1300, from Old French statue (12c.), from Latin statua "image, statue," prop. "that which is set up," back-formation from statuere "to cause to stand, set up," from status "a standing, position," from stare "to stand" (see stet). The children's game of statues is attested from 1906.