From the Archives & Special Collections: Studying vs. the Snow

Archives_snowman2With our stomachs still full from Thanksgiving dinner, we are forced to accept that finals are only a couple of weeks away. Of course it is easy to get distracted with this dark, rainy weather by imagining snow piles instead of rain puddles and mittens instead of umbrellas (but who uses one of those?). The snow could come though! But until it does, take a break from studying and check out the photos on A Sound Past to get some ideas of what to do when it does snow. You can build a snowman like the ladies from 1949 or get around campus on skis like these kids in 1993. One thing is for sure, when it snows, studying does not stand a chance.

The Archives & Special Collections is open on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 12:00-3:00 p.m. or by appointment.

By Sierra Scott

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