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Some people might celebrate Christmas in July, but here at Harvard we remember last December just a little too well.

After enduring Boston’s snowiest winter in recorded history, even hot and humid July seems like a gift. Around Harvard Divinity School’s campus, students, faculty, and staff alike can be heard giving thanks for summer–even when summer brings 90 degree weather.

Campus pathway transformed by snow. Photos by Caroline Matas

Campus pathway transformed by snow. Photos by Caroline Matas

Winter and summer entrance into Harvard Yard. Photos by Caroline Matas

Winter and summer entrance into Harvard Yard. Photos by Caroline Matas

Snow buries a bench outside of Divinity Hall. Photos by Caroline Matas

Snow buries a bench outside of Divinity Hall. Photos by Caroline Matas

By the time next winter comes around, we are sure we will be excited to don our winter gear and play in the snow. Until then, though, we’ll take all the sunshine we can get.

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