‘It’s Not Getting Any Better’: Undergrads in Texas Contend with Snow, Power Outages
Many Harvard students in Texas — some enrolled but living at home due to the coronavirus pandemic — were left without power this week as a severe winter storm pummeled pockets of the United States, leaving at least 47 dead.
Students cross the street in front of Lowell Lecture Hall to attend classes, which continued despite Sunday night's heavy snowfall.
Snow falls for the second time in the past week, continuing to cover buildings like Annenberg across campus.
Trek through Tercentenary
Students walk to class through Tercentenary Theater after yesterday's snowfall.
With a week of cold temperatures, Harvard Yard is still covered in frozen snow despite the onset of spring.
John Harvard in Snow
Snow covers the infamous John Harvard statue in the Yard outside of University Hall.
Harvard to Close Tuesday Due to Approaching Snowstorm
In anticipation of 12 to 18 inches of snow and blizzard conditions, Harvard will close its central administrative offices and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences on Tuesday.
Harvard to Close Thursday Due to ‘Severe’ Storm
The University’s central administrative offices, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and University Health Services will be closed Thursday.
Students Bundle Up for Cold Weather as Temperatures Drop
“I was under the impression that wearing a jacket made you not as cold, but it’s not true. It still sucks,” McKinley said. “I miss the sun too. It’s harder to be as happy without it.”