Snowpocalpyse, snowmaggedon, whatever you want to call it: it’s easy enough to be completely done with the snow around campus. Other than frostbite,
salt sand-stained boots, and one yet-to-be-lost glove, the snow has left us with at least some sort of benefit: really cool ice.
Now, if you’re like me, you love a good icicle: translucent, sleek, and aesthetically-pleasing all around. And Brown has been #blessed with plenty of snow and ice formations recently.
They range from the quaint:
To the intense:
To small, snow-covered portions of campus:
To vast stretches of campus:
Not to mention that the snow and ice hit up some off-campus spots and decked them out pretty well too:
Like the RISD Museum entrance:
The weather’s even caught the attention of those living way down the hill:
It especially looks sweet at night:
my everyone’s favorite campus icicles:
So, if your parents, friends, and clingy high school acquaintances keep asking, “How’s the weather up there?” just direct them to these beautiful pictures. Nothing will make that ex who goes to Stanford more jealous.
Images via Kenji Endo, Edith Young, Julia Elia, and Caitlin Dorman.