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Photo essay: After the storm

February 1, 2019
by Chris Massa

From freezing rain, wind and temperatures that have dipped as low as -15 degrees to more than 2 feet of snow dumped by Winter Storm Harper, winter is welcoming us back to campus. 

Even after the storm, there’s still plenty of beauty to behold. In the words of poet Ogden Nash, “Smooth and clean and frosty white, the world looks good enough to bite. That's the season to be young, catching snowflakes on your tongue.”

Enjoy these snowy scenes at Skidmore College.

Snow falling on Skidmore College campus

Snow falling on Skidmore campus

Snow falling on Skidmore College campus

Snow falling on Skidmore College campus

Snow falling on Skidmore College campus

Snow falling on Skidmore College campus

Snow falling on Skidmore College campus

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