||[Sep. 21st, 2009|12:29 pm]
The Question Club
So it has been raining cats, dogs, lions, wolves, etc. where I live lately, and as such a lot of the area is flooding. Today it has been particularly bad - absolutely pouring and not letting up all day. My university just sent this email/text/phone message:|
Message sent - 9/21/2009
Severe Weather Alert
Per Campus authorities currently the university IS NOT CLOSED.
However, several locations are flooding and driving conditions are not safe. Please do not come to campus unless absolutley necessary. We will update with new information as we receive it.
So campus isn't closed, but off-campus students (which are the majority of the school's population) are urged to not come to campus unless it's "absolutley" (lol...) necessary. Based on this, would you assume that classes are/are not cancelled? And what do you think would be considered an "absolutely necessary" circumstance? Class???
(Note: I don't have any classes today anyway, but I do need to speak with a professor who told me to come in between 12:30 and 1:30 today [during his office hour]. I already emailed him telling him that I can't make it (the driveway of my apt complex is flooded), but I'm curious about classes and stuff.)