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Weekend Snowpocalypse

Department — KVH @ 12:11 pm, Friday, February 5th, 2010

Hello all –
I’m sure by now you’ve received an e-mail about campus closing for the weekend:

Inclement Weather Update:
For Friday, February 05, 2010:
All classes at MICA are cancelled beginning at noon today and will resume on Monday morning, February 08, 2010. Liberal leave is in effect for staff beginning at noon.  Essential employees should report to work as scheduled. There will be no shuttle services tonight.   Shuttles will resume when weather conditions allow, and will be posted.

Buildings are closed beginning at 5:00 pm this afternoon through Monday, February 08, at 8 a.m., with the exception of residence halls, which will remain open. Café Doris, Java Corner, and the MICA Bookstore (College Store) will close today at 2:00 p.m.

Dining Services at the Meyerhoff House will continue throughout the weekend as regularly scheduled.   Limited services are available in the Gateway Café throughout the weekend.

Only essential employees should report to work during this weather event.

BBOX will reopen for the Super Bowl party on Sunday.

Updates will be posted as necessary.

-MICA, Office of Communications

This is out of my control and if they choose to lock the building for the weekend then they will.

Updates will be posted here and I will do my best to keep the micaprintmaking.com site updated as well.

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SO – –

There’s always the chance that they won’t lock (deadbolt) the building.

There’s the chance that you can just mosey down here and let yourself in.

There’s the chance that no one actually cares if you’re here for the weekend, as long as you’re responsible about it.

Right? *wink wink*.
(Cross your fingers.)
Have an nice weekend!

And then there’s this: http://snowpocalypsedc.com/

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