Yesterday's snowstorm was an adventure—on campus and off. While facilities crews worked valiantly to keep the sidewalks and parking lots passable, students took advantage of the break from routine to have some wintry fun, as captured by a visiting news team from Channel 13. (The reporter did make a small error: campus dining facilities were open, except for the Union.)
James Wiegand, director of campus safety, said, "The facilities people did a really great job yesterday keeping up with the snow, and made it possible for us to open today."
Despite the weather, many activities yesterday went on as planned, including the Spring EXPO Job and Internship Fair, which continues today with prescheduled interviews in the Perry Field House.
Ke'Lita Sherrod (center) a student in the President's Leadership Academy, talks with Bob Scholl of Edward Jones (right) as Martina Nondo, an accounting major, looks on at the Spring Expo Job and Internship Fair on Tuesday.
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