Ike seems to be drifting away from us. But you can't be too careful. We're open Monday. Here's the latest official law school news:
The University's Emergency Advisory Committee (“EAC”) met today at 3:00 P.M. to discuss the progress of Hurricane Ike. The University and the Law School will be open for all daytime classes and activities tomorrow, Monday, September 8th, 2008, and the current plan is to be open for all Monday evening classes and activities as well. However, the EAC will meet tomorrow at 6:30 a.m. and again at 12:30 p.m. to decide if any changes have to be made to the evening schedule. We will send an updated email and update the Law School's website following each of these meetings. For those of you with evening classes and activities, please make sure to check your email and visit the website during the day tomorrow. No decisions have been made about Tuesday.
I wouldn't be surprised if the U. closes on Tuesday, and it feels like an excess of caution on Wednesday.
It's perfectly nice out at present…
An easy way to track Ike is with http://www.USAMediaGuide.com. It has a special section of links to:
–Ike’s projected path
–National Hurricane Center and local news coverage
–hurricane preparation tips
–live streaming webcams
–ready.gov and the Red Cross
–other Ike-related stuff.