The Hark will be open for a slightly scaled down breakfast and lunch tomorrow.
Facilities has asked everyone on campus to move items of value off the floor (ground floor and basement levels) and away from windows. They also ask that you keep your windows locked and your shades/blinds down during the storm.
Updates are at:
With severe weather approaching the Cambridge/Boston area, Harvard has suspended classes throughout the University.
You may check the Harvard home page for further updates.
Governor Patrick has declared a State of Emergency for Massachusetts in anticipation of the storm. As you might imagine, there are a number of offices working with various campus services to prepare the campus and community.
If we need to send urgent updates during the storm and aftermath, we will update the Law School’s website and send email when possible but a critical means of emergency contact is Message Me. If you haven’t already done so, register for Message Me https://messageme.harvard.edu/ so that you can receive text alerts as necessary
Before the storm, please review the University emergency page:
the law school’s emergency contacts page:
and check out the State of Massachusetts page:
for additional information on the storm and emergency preparedness.
Other than that, remember to charge up all of your devices, get a flashlight if you don’t already have one (each RA in the dorms has a flashlight to assist residents), stock up on batteries, and have some non-perishable food on hand since food service may be limited in the event of a black out.
Classes are still scheduled and the plan is to keep most if not all services in place but we will keep you posted if anything changes.