N.B.: Some images have been enhanced and one made from scratch.
N.B.: Some images have been enhanced.
In America the ice-storm is an event. And it is not an event which one is careless about. When it comes, the news flies from room to room in the house, there are bangings on the doors, and shoutings, "The ice-storm! the ice-storm!" and even the...
Don't knock the weather - nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while. - Kin Hubbard
Snowy scenes of the Nature Park . . . beautiful to behold.
Steve Langerud walking on campus on a bright winter morning.
Frost is the greatest artist in our clime - He paints in nature and describes in rime. - Thomas Hood
If the hoar frost grip thy tent, Thou wilt give thanks when night is spent. - Ezra Pound
Winter scenes on and near campus. Photos by Richard Fields.
Students trudge through snow on a January day
A few last shots in the Nature Park before biding adieu to 2009.
Bitterly cold temperatures and saturated soils lead to ice formations along limestone cliffs at the Nature Park. Photos by Richard Fields.
Beginning with registration at the Julian Center, Admission hosts the Winter Admitted Student Open House on Valentines Day 2009 for students and their families.
Afternoon and evening snow scenes at the DePauw Nature Park on Friday after Wednesdays big snow.
The Dells on the south end of campus is a popular place for winter recreation when the weather cooperates.
Winter scenes around campus in January 2009 by Larry Ligget
Holiday decorations around campus.
Lessons and Carols Holiday Celebration in Kresge Auditorium. Campus is illuminated with 5000 luminaries.