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Photos: Snow blankets Duke

<p>Students build snowmen and salvage their tents weighed down with snow in Krzyzewskivlle.</p>

Students build snowmen and salvage their tents weighed down with snow in Krzyzewskivlle.

Duke students awoke to falling flurries and cancelled classes Wednesday morning, eager to enjoy the snow day ahead. The Chronicle's photographers captured some of the snow day activities across campus. 

A brave student journeys across the chapel into the white abyss.
A brave student journeys across the chapel into the white abyss.



Students build snowmen and salvage their tents weighed down with snow in Krzyzewskivlle.
Students build snowmen and salvage their tents weighed down with snow in Krzyzewskivlle.



Fraternity brothers from Alpha Epsilon Pi throw the pig skin in Clocktower Quad.
Fraternity brothers from Alpha Epsilon Pi throw the pig skin in Clocktower Quad.



It might be below freezing, but it is never too cold for a Smirnoff Ice.&nbsp;
It might be below freezing, but it is never too cold for a Smirnoff Ice. 



Sophomores Josh Young and Ameen Ahmad build a snowman in front of the chapel. Photo by Charles York
Sophomores Josh Young and Ameen Ahmad build a snowman in front of the chapel. Photo by Charles York



Sophomores Josh Young and Ameen Ahmad complete the finishing touches on their snowman in front the chapel.
Sophomores Josh Young and Ameen Ahmad complete the finishing touches on their snowman in front the chapel.



James B. Duke statue on Abele Quad gets a light dusting on Tuesday morning.&nbsp;
James B. Duke statue on Abele Quad gets a light dusting on Tuesday morning. 



One student gets ready to throw a large snowball.
One student gets ready to throw a large snowball.



Snow covers the East Campus quad in front of Marketplace.
Snow covers the East Campus quad in front of Marketplace.



The new Lime bikes on Duke's East Campus covered in snow.
The new Lime bikes on Duke's East Campus covered in snow.

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