Snow Sculptures from Around the World / piper

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Take a look back at the 2004 Winter Carnival snow sculpture.

Anyone who has spent time ... perhaps a surprising amount of time ... shaping
a snowman's head or centering a carrot nose would agree: snow sculpting
can be serious business.
At Dartmouth, the craft has been practiced
in a semi-official capacity for the past 90 years. In the late 1920s, a
new student position responsible for a "Center of Campus Statue" was
appointed for Winter Carnival, Dartmouth's legendary event that in its
heyday drew thousands of visitors and television crews to campus.
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