For many, move-in continued despite the heavy rain.
A family moves their daughter into Quincy House in the rain on Saturday.
The brightly colored chairs that usually adorn Harvard Yard are stacked against a fence by the Science Center in preparation for Hurricane Irene.
Sporting a Harvard poncho on Plympton and Mt. Auburn.
In the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene, litter of all sorts was scattered in the streets around campus.
A branch falls outside Johnston Gate by the T stop due to Tropical Storm Irene.
Several fallen branches block the entrance to the Harvard Square T stop outside the Johnston gate. All MBTA service was suspended Sunday due to the storm.
Large downed branches block sections of Memorial Drive outside of Winthrop House following Tropical Storm Irene, which previously was a hurricane that caused much concern.
A student tries to keep his belongings dry as he moves into Quincy House on Saturday.
Storage on the corner of DeWolfe Street and Memorial Drive on Saturday.
The intersection of Memorial Drive and DeWolfe Street on Saturday.
John Harvard presides over an enormous puddle as the usual Saturday tourist crowd fell to a trickle.
Students travel through the Yard outside Widener library after the heart of the storm passed.
Students move a futon frame out of storage in Leverett House. The rain preceding Hurricane Irene started early in the afternoon on Saturday.
Looking south over the Charles River from Weeks Memorial Bridge on Saturday afternoon as Hurricane Irene approaches.