Sandbag, analyze Shakespeare, sandbag. Repeat.

Pretty dramatic, eh? Now get back to your homework.

Looks like Minnesota State University – Moorhead will be able to use its emergency plan — born of the 2009 H1N1 epidemic — to keep students working and in communication with instructors during any flooding this year, Tim Borchers, dean of arts and humanities, tells The Advocate:

“We’re still planning to have the expectation that learning will continue. It might be you’re sandbagging during the day and going home and writing a paper to send to your instructor that night. But some kind of instructional activity will happen.”