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Friedman, Meet Juno! What Friedmanites Did During the Snow Days

Due to the severe storm, Friedman students experienced that rare Boston phenomenon: the Snow Day.  We asked you to send us your photos of how you spent the day!

Katie Mark stopped by the school to see how it looked.
Katie Mark stopped by the school to see how it looked.
Friedmanites gather at the Common!
Friedmanites gather at the Common!
Grace Goodwin immortalizes students' tiny snowman in a photo!
Grace Goodwin immortalizes students’ tiny snowman in a photo!
Emily Finnan and roommate "borrow" some sleds from neighborhood children.
Emily Finnan and roommate “borrow” some sleds from neighborhood children.
Emily Finnan and her roommate used the snow to chill some wine.
Emily Finnan and her roommate used the snow to chill some wine.
Rachel Chiv makes a lovely snow angel.
Rachel Chiv makes a lovely snow angel.
However, she is eventually defeated by the snowstorm.
However, she is eventually defeated by the snowstorm
Katherine Pett made her husband accompany her to the Charles River Esplanade to check it out during the storm.
Katherine Pett made her husband accompany her to the Charles River Esplanade to check it out during the storm.
empty street in the North End
Empty street in the North End
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Disha SnapChats her struggles in East Boston

 

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The Friedman Sprout is a monthly student run newspaper that aims to serve the student population at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, prospective students, and alumni. Our mission is to report on newsworthy information that affects the Friedman community including nutrition research, food policy, internship and volunteer opportunities, as well as school events. Our editorial slant is that of sustainability in food and nutrition.

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