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No parking bans remain in place along Plympton St. due to the snow storms this month as Junior Parents Weekend approaches.
Despite shutting down operations three times this semester in what has been Boston’s second snowiest season on record, Harvard has remained open more often than some other area schools.
Cambridge crime rates for February are predicted to be at a historic low due to the recent series of snow storms, according to the Cambridge Police Department.
Business owners pointed to recent MBTA service suspensions as well as parking and travel bans as factors inhibiting employees and customers from travelling to the Square.
The Writing Center's tutors will hold conferences and weeknight drop-in hours in Lamont Library B40 starting Monday and continuing until further notice.
Workers clear the large icicles hanging on the side of Memorial Church on Thursday morning during another snow shower.
In an email last week to leaders of student groups, Associate Dean of Student Life David R. Friedrich asked student leaders to set the expectation that members of their groups should prioritize academics over extracurricular commitments.
The internet is a world of absurd claims about what Frozen is based on. But, I am here to tell you that Frozen is literally based on my crazy experiences with this year's blizzard in Boston. Like I have legitimate sources to prove this.
Pedestrians walk past the closed Harvard Square station entrance on Sunday afternoon. The MBTA suspended all operations in the wake of the recent winter storm.
We continue to monitor the severe weather expected this coming week, and appreciate your patience and support in the face of curtailed services. Our dining hall staff across the houses, as you have experienced, have performed valiantly under constrained circumstances. That being said, tonight’s dinner entrée will be swai, and you’re going to like it. Tomorrow’s entrées will be swai. And you’re going to like it, again.
Greenhouse Cafe sits closed on Sunday. CORRECTION: An earlier version of this caption incorrectly stated that the University closed all operations Sunday. In fact, while the College altered its dining schedule due to a storm, Harvard did not formally suspend all operations.
The “powerful and very dangerous” storm, the National Weather Service reported, will develop Saturday night through Sunday morning.