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Going to Iceland for spring break was not my idea, really. My friend, a senior who will soon be a working woman in a tall, mighty tower in New York City, wanted to have one last trip before she committed to a no vacation offer. The location remained undetermined for months. Darjeeling, as advertised by Wes Anderson, was a good candidate considering the mission of the trip, but Reykjavik, as advertised by Icelandair on the T, won the competition with cheaper fares.
The weather could not be more disgusting. From the snow that is still piled up from the last two weeks to the mist and rain that's permanently descending from the sky, finding ways to battle the slush on the ground has never been so important. But not to worry—we've come up with a list of ways to keep your feet dry while the ground is wet.
This miserable weather doesn’t seem to be letting up, and with yet another storm on the horizon for Tuesday, traversing the arctic conditions of Mass. Ave to get to class is an issue.
A snow removal truck trudges through Dunster Street cleaning up the slushy pathway. Snow Storm Pax passed over the Northeast, with some areas gaining more than 12 inches of snow.
A bike sits half submerged in Harvard Square on Feb 10. Although most roads in Cambridge have been cleared of snow, it still poses a challenge around Harvard’s campus.
A bike sits half submerged in Harvard Square on Feb 10. Although most roads in Cambridge have been cleared of snow, it still poses a challenge around Harvard's campus.
Harvard freshmen sculpted an Easter island head behind Grays Hall during the snow storm that hit Cambridge on Feb. 5.