Cambridge college 'touched' by Hawking graffiti

Cambridge college 'touched' by Hawking graffiti
 

Graffiti of Prof Stephen Hawking drawn on a Cambridge bridge is a "touching tribute" and shows the city's love for him, his college has said.
Artwork of the physicist's face and a silhouette of him in his wheelchair with the words "be curious" appeared after his death aged 76 on 14 March.
The bursar of Gonville and Caius, where Prof Hawking was a fellow for 52 years, said it "shows how he touched lives".
Owner Network Rail said it "would consider requests not to remove [it]".
Hundreds lined the streets of Cambridge for Prof Hawking's funeral on 31... read more

 
7 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 45
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