After a couple of mild and nearly snowless New England winters, the fiercest snowstorm in many years hit campus on Friday, February 8, and Saturday, February 9, right after the thirty-fifth anniversary of the end of the Blizzard of 1978 on February 7. More than two feet of snow fell on the campus, and the University shut down for a day.

Frank Mullin/Brown University


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Why, I remember back in the '70's when we had real winter and I had to walk all the way across campus through the snow from the Grad Center dorm where I lived over to the Pembroke side of campus to attend Bio 1 with Professor Walter Quevedo first thing in the morning. And it was worth every crunchy step of the way!
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