Winter Wonderland: The Bulldog Version.

Have you ever had the chance to see the campus of Bryant University in the winter?

If you have, then you already know how gorgeous the campus is in the winter time. If you haven’t, then today is your lucky today because I am going to give you a sneak peak, until you get the chance to see it for yourself.

Coming back from the winter break, we all thought we were coming back to a campus completely covered in snow. But that was not the case as winter was a bit late this year. Once it started snowing, it actually began to feel like winter, having the snowflakes fall gently on your face, your nose. Winter was here and it was here to stay!

The campus was covered in snow and it was the most beautiful thing you have ever seen. It was a picture perfect moment and lucky for you, I have a couple pictures to share with you. 20160205_074628

Picture taken by Adam Lopez, Class of 2016 


Picture taken by Adam Lopez, Class of 2016 



 Picture taken by Adam Lopez, Class of 2016 

The campus looked absolutely magically, like a winter wonderland and it is just a great site to see. Even though I am not completely used to the snow nor am I a huge fan of it, I always take the time to appreciate how gorgeous the campus is around the winter time.

Along with the amazing scenery, playing in the snow can be a fun time for you and your friends. Quite a few Bryant students would use this time to relive their childhood times in the snow by making snowmen or snow-angels. You will probably even find a couple of Bryant students going sledding down some of the hills that we have on our campus. It is a great study break and bonding experience with your peers.




After spending a couple hours outside playing in the snow, the perfect end to a fun-filled day would be hot chocolate with marshmallows. Lucky for Bryant students, the Center of Diversity and Inclusion has exactly that as they welcome the students into the center for a nice hot cup. Not only can you enjoy some hot chocolate there but it also gives you a great opportunity to get to know some of the amazing staff in the center and the students who visit on a daily basis.

My favorite part of winter however, would have to be watching the sun set and how gorgeous the sky looks. Imagine enjoying a sunset like this every single day. It surely takes your breath away.