After flooding caused millions of dollars at the University of Iowa, things are going back to normal–although slowly. Classes are back in session at the University of Iowa after a week of cancellations. The slower pace of the summer session may be a blessing, as it will give the campus time to readjust to the mess everyone expects in the fall. As of now, 26 facilities are unusable, including the largest dormitory on campus, which certainly doesn’t bode well for the rush of incoming students. The main library and the student union also are closed.
Here’s an article from the Iowa City Press Citizen.