Intrepid colleagues battle cabin fever, shovel, vainly seek plows

Below are photos from UB law faculty and staff taken before, during and after the Great Blizzard of 2016. However, the photo of Professor Dave Jaros is a blatant fake. Send pictures to Hope Keller at hkeller@ubalt.edu.

Dave Jaros in midair

Professor David Jaros is seen here performing a daredevil move on the slopes. The location of the slopes was unclear, as was Jaros’s method of getting out of town during a blizzard that shut down the airports. This is clearly not Baltimore. But this is, we realize, not Jaros either.

Netflix binge watching

Catherine Moore, coordinator of international law programs, has been binge-watching “Making a Murderer” on Netflix.

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5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016 — 29 inches in North Baltimore.

Tim Sellers

Professor Mortimer Sellers gets to the office on skis. Wait, the university is closed. Guess he’s going to his home office in Baltimore.

Marcellus Anderson

Marcellus Anderson, seen here on West Barre Circle in Pigtown, brings home milk and bread on Saturday morning. Anderson is the program administrative specialist for the Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts.

Hope Keller snow

Hope Keller (director of communications) and Mark Twain (director of Hope Keller) on Rosebank Avenue in the Old Homeland section of Baltimore. No plow in sight.

Don Stone

Professor Donald Stone sets off for a run as the snow begins to fall on Friday afternoon. Stone is the director of the Disability Rights Clinic.

 

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