Brrrring it on, winter

With all the changes on Chicagoís campus in the past few decades, one thing remains the same: Chicago winters. Snow, wind, and negative temps make for rosy cheeks while walking the quads. Lloyd DeGrane braves the weather to photograph students finding ways to stay warm.

People brace themselves against the snow, hurrying across Harper quad to get to their destinations.

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By Ruth E. Kott, AM’07
Photography by Lloyd DeGrane

Furry fashion: Fourth-year Kathlyn Ngoís hat adds cuteness to the cold.

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By Ruth E. Kott, AM’07
Photography by Lloyd DeGrane

Students work up a sweat playing football on the Midway.

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By Ruth E. Kott, AM’07
Photography by Lloyd DeGrane

Samantha Lecaux, ‘11, takes a minute to warm up in the Administration Building.

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By Ruth E. Kott, AM’07
Photography by Lloyd DeGrane

Due diligence: to prevent tracking wet, mucky slush indoors, the Law School provides a boot-storage tray.

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By Ruth E. Kott, AM’07
Photography by Lloyd DeGrane

Getting to and from campus is another winter-weather challenge. Law student Jajah Wu prepares to ride her bike on a 20-degree day.

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By Ruth E. Kott, AM’07
Photography by Lloyd DeGrane

Elizabeth Austin, ABí03, AMí07, scrapes ice from her carís windshield.

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By Ruth E. Kott, AM’07
Photography by Lloyd DeGrane


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