During the first week of classes, many residents and students in Manhattan were affected by the freezing rain and snow. Here are their accounts of trying to get to class and overcoming the weather.
Catch me ice skating on my way to class pic.twitter.com/puqCkCjuLd
— Brett Boline (@BrettBoline) January 22, 2019
Anyone else almost bust there butt on the ice on campus about 20 times or was that just me
— Ethan Kaus (@ethankaus33) January 22, 2019
— Rachel G (@RachelKGarner) January 22, 2019
I’m not telling my sons we have a snow day tomorrow so they’ll still go to bed early. pic.twitter.com/ruaUvL3epV
— chad (@chaddavidpape) January 22, 2019
“This just in, it’s -10 degrees and the roads are a sheet of ice! Hold on… Do my eyes deceive me?? The Marching Band is still marching for the parade?! What in tarnation? They are animals!!Ope there goes a drummer.. Andddd another one is down! They are still going folks!”
— Manhattan High Big Blue Marching Band (@MHSBigBlue18) January 22, 2019
This group of K-State students was waiting outside in 24 degree weather and ice and blowing snow to see the Wildcats play. pic.twitter.com/0dHHhCsCca
— David Scott Fritchen (@DScottFritchen) January 22, 2019
We closed the bank early so I get to come home to make chili and binge GOT, happy ice day
— Jash (@JRyan68) January 22, 2019
Mama didn’t tell me to bring ice skates to college
— Joel Craig (@joel_craig05) January 22, 2019
There's some sort of unwritten rule of nature that says if you slip on the ice and make a fool of yourself it will more than likely be in front of someone you find attractive.
— Tate Schenkel (@Tate_28) January 22, 2019
You know what’s awesome? Ice. I love driving and walking on it. Sliding around rules. Just an awesome experience
— Greg Woods (@GregWWoods) January 22, 2019
Wow kstate turned campus into an ice rink in celebration of classes how fun!!!
— Λ Herman (@DramaqueenLana) January 22, 2019
all of y’all going 35mph on this ice must not pay for your own car payment and insurance and it shows
— han ♡ (@xhannahpopx) January 22, 2019