Fordham University students got an unexpected hiatus from classes Wednesday when the University closed due to a major storm that dropped more than a foot of snow on the New York metropolitan area.
But it wasn’t just “snow”; it was “good-packing snow” -- the kind that is light yet dense, and the stuff that is best for making snowballs, snowmen, snow forts and for sticking firmly to the sides of Fordham’s famous statues.
Nicholas Lombardi, S.J., captured the images below from Fordham's Rose Hill campus.
By Thursday morning, everything was cleared. Both University and students were back to a normal routine.
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