rooted on campus art installationA white blanket of snow tops the Tree of Wisdom, a campus icon for 33 years. Designed by Frank J. Nackos (BA ’65), the 14-foot-tall sculpture was donated by the class of 1975 to celebrate BYU’s centennial. The tree’s 10 panels weigh in at two tons each and represent roots and branches to passing observers. In 1996 the sculpture was moved from its original location north of the library to the lawn west of the Eyring Science Center.

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