I just received an email from Carol Brach, WWU journalism department manager. It reads:

Something funny happened here last week -- I would have taken a picture if I'd had a camera. The walls of Wright's Triangle, the sculpture just south of the art building were covered in snow. On each of the three outside faces, someone had traced the name PAOLO in the snow in letters five feet high. I thought of you and wished you could have seen it.

Well, well, well... It seems I still have some secret admirers on my old stomping grounds. Coincidentally, the wives are spending today in Bellingham.