Snow

Reflections
On Campus

Reflections

A student is reflected walking down DeWolfe St as the remains of Monday’s snowstorm melt into puddles.

April Snow Showers
Student Life

April Snow Showers

Students brave freezing temperatures and snowfall while walking to class Monday afternoon. The Greater Boston area received around 3 inches of snow after experiencing warm temperatures and sunshine just days prior.

The Yard, Today.
College

Dear Spring: It’s a Quarter Into 2016, I’m a Little Pale, and I Need You Now

That’s right, Boston got you again. After a few days of spring weather last week, I think we all expected that the little frost emoji on the weather forecast for Sunday was a joke. I guess the bipolar nature of New England weather can never be underestimated.

Snow Day in Spring
College

Snow Day in Spring

Despite the snowstorm the previous night, the crew team practices on the Charles as the last of the snow melts.

SEAS

SEAS Students Design Improved Snow Removal for Harvard

Students from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences collaborated with Facilities Maintenance Operations to engineer a robotic snow blower, icicle removal tool, and snow-melting mat.

Warm Weather
FlyBy Blog

The River Walk: That Time I Almost Died

Yesterday morning, my morning journey from the faraway land of the River houses to the Yard resulted in an unforeseen danger Quadlings do not have to face: all of the sidewalks from the river to the entrance of the Yard were covered by a thick layer of ice.

Walking to Class
FlyBy Blog

The Quad Walk: That Time I Almost Died

I finally had a good cry. The reason? El Niño.

Polartec Big Air Competition in Boston
Boston

Polartec Big Air Competition in Boston

With the Prudential Tower as his backdrop and a crowd of thousands cheering him on, American snowboarder Charles Guldemond soared into third place at the Polartec Big Air competition at Boston's historic Fenway Park in February.

Snow Day
On Campus

Snow Day

Cambridge local Heather Malkani traverses a snowy Tercentenary Theater as her son rides along on a hand-pulled sled. Parts of Eastern Massachusetts experienced moderate snowfall for much of Monday, with most people traveling in much more conventional manners.

Snow Place Like Harvard
College

Snow Place Like Harvard

An image of snow on Weeks Bridge overlays an image taken seconds prior showing the view of Lowell tower from the bridge on Friday evening. The photographer used her camera to combine the images, creating a "double exposure."

Quincy snowball fight
FlyBy Blog

Boston College-Wide Snowball Fight

Flyby is ready to dodge, dip, duck, dive, and dodge its way to victory in the upcoming Boston college-wide snowball fight.

Why is Geoff so unlucky when it comes to transportation?
FlyBy Blog

Why is Geoff so unlucky when it comes to transportation?

We're carefully trying not to make a slip-and-slide out of the slushy staircase.

flowers outside of lionel
FlyBy Blog

2015: The Hottest Year On Record Drops Follow-Up Album “Winter in Cambridge 2016”

Will Canada Goose go extinct? Is the hottest year on record to blame?

Snow Prevents Travel
On Campus

Snow Prevents Travel

After snow hit Cambridge last weekend, some students and faculty are facing travel dilemmas and flight delays while trying to return to campus for the new semester.

Harvard Skate Opens
On Campus

Harvard Skate Opens

Yasmin Siraj '18 performs at the kickoff event for the skating rink located in the Science Center Plaza. Siraj performed with Team USA before coming to Harvard.