Snow

Snowpacalypse
FAS

FM Imagines: Emails From Leslie Kirwan

Everyone's favorite inbox update.

Freshmen Frenzy
Undergraduate Council

Students Partake in UC-Sponsored Snowball Fight

Chomping on donuts and sipping hot chocolate, freshmen reveled in the snow Monday courtesy of a Undergraduate Council-sponsored snowball fight in Elm Yard.

Snow
Student Life

Snow

The Boston area received over 14 inches of snow on Thursday.

Snowpacalypse
College

As Blizzard Strikes Northeast, Undergrads Still Expected for Class

Harvard undergrads trudged through the snow on Thursday as classes continued despite blizzard conditions.

Snows Out, Shovels Out
Cabot

Snows Out, Shovels Out

Jose O. Rodriguez shovels snow off a balcony of Cabot House Tuesday afternoon.

April Snow Showers
FlyBy Blog

Winter Coats that Won't Break the Bank

Rethinking your Canada Goose purchase after Flyby's review last week? We've got you covered. There's a coat under $200 to fit your stereotype or desired vibe just one click away.

Journalism in a Post-Truth Era
On Campus

Photos of the Day 01.31.17

Dangerous Icicles
College

What to Expect When You're Expecting Winter

Dear guys who for some reason are still wearing salmon shorts and sandals: it’s nearly winter. Temperatures are dropping, and the weather is progressively getting bleaker and bleaker, so get ready to start using that second pair of leggings.

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.