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City on a hill

Julie Brown

Julie Brown

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It may be in the Divinity School's backyard, but the campus's best sledding hill can be a holy terror, thanks to the stone-and-iron fence at the end of the run. That didn't stop students and neighbors from boarding sleds, dining hall trays, tubes, and other conveyances when the campus was covered in three feet of snow in January. "I think we stayed on the slopes for at least three hours," says Kelly Cox (above), a bartender and a model at the School of Art. "I probably landed upside down at least four times."

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