When Chapel Hill had a short-lived water crisis in 2017, my roommate Maddy and I were in my car and on the way to her parents' house near Asheville within 30 minutes of learning the news. This storm was no different. Today, we packed up the Babe Mobile™ and drove to my grandparents' house without batting an eye.
We were in their house for a good 10 minutes before we reverted back to exactly how we spend every other night in Chapel Hill — slouching in a chair and working on the DTH. Ah, the change of pace is nice.
If you're staying in Chapel Hill and on campus through Hurricane Florence, remain aware and safe. To prepare, check out this story on staying safe and prepared on campus, from dining halls to transportation around town.
What other hurricane info are you looking for?
General preparedness? University assistant editor Taylor Buck has got you covered. To find information on what foods to have on hand, how to prepare for flooding and how to save battery life on your electronics, look here.