Students carry a futon frame out of storage outside Leverett House during a downpour on Saturday. Hurricane Irene brought heavy rain and strong winds to Cambridge, but was not as severe in the area as many feared.
Several stores, including Tealuxe (pictured here), were closed on Sunday due to predictions that Hurricane Irene could cause severe damage and potential flooding in the area.
Despite the mid-day heat, students continue to move their belongings into freshman dormitories and upperclass residences on Tuesday afternoon.
Storage and shipping services are a continued presence on campus Tuesday afternoon as they move student boxes and furniture into residential houses and dormitories around Harvard Square.
Harvard Students and Cambridge residents enjoy a farmers’ market that is held in front of Science Center every Tuesday afternoon until Oct. 25.
Gingersnap Molasses cookies join scores of other baked goods at the weekly farmer’s market held outside Science Center at the corner of Kirkland and Oxford Streets.
Offering everything from fresh fish to organic to freshly baked pastries, the Farmers’ Market outside Science Center provides fresh produce to the Harvard campus on Tuesday afternoons from 2 to 6 p.m.
Students browse at the annual Phillips Brooks House Association Plant Sale. Proceeds from the sale will benefit PBHA’s community development work in the Boston and Cambridge areas.