As the campus sparkled with two feet of snow, Brandeis authorties were faced with the responsiblity of cleaning up the sixth biggest snow storm in the history of New England. They rose to the challenge with admirable timeliness and efficency. While most of the streets of the city of Waltham were rendered practically impassable by the blizzard, the campus's peripheral road was navigable within hours of the snowfall's end.

The workers were so effective that students feared that a snow day was almost improbable-luckily, the commutes facing off-campus students, faculty and staff made a day off still necessary.

Thank you, facilities workers, for working so hard to ensure our safety.