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.
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."
Flyby is ready to dodge, dip, duck, dive, and dodge its way to victory in the upcoming Boston college-wide snowball fight.
We're carefully trying not to make a slip-and-slide out of the slushy staircase.
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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.
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.
Verity Baldwin, 3 years old, enjoys a s'more at the kickoff event Monday for the Science Center plaza skating rink. The event was open to the public.
Students and other passersby gather at the kickoff of the Science Center plaza skating rink. The event featured student figure skaters as well as free s'mores and hot chocolate.
Joy Q. Jin '19, one of four figure skaters at the kickoff event for the Science Center plaza skating rink, performs in front of a crowd. The rink is open seasonally, offering free skating space for students and visitors.
Yasmin Siraj '18, a former skater with Team USA, performs at the kickoff for the Science Center plaza skating rink, which opened last Friday.
Students struggled to return to Cambridge in time for the start of classes on Monday as flights across the country were canceled following a snowstorm that pummeled parts of the East Coast.