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Harvard hit by Snowstorm

By George J Lok
Hats and gloves were a common sight as a new snowstorm greeted students for the upcoming spring semester. Many flights were cancelled and delayed because of difficult weather conditions that inhibited take-off and landing.
Hats and gloves were a common sight as a new snowstorm greeted students for the upcoming spring semester. Many flights were cancelled and delayed because of difficult weather conditions that inhibited take-off and landing.

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