Jun 12, 2023, 4:07 AM
Lakeland University in Wisconsin has created a stir, announcing an unexpected and truly unprecedented closure. In a major embarrassment for the educational institution, its officials released an official statement declaring the school would shut down operations on February 30th.
The announcement created panic among the university community that began questioning the basic math skills of its leadership. An emergency meeting was called to discuss the issue. In a statement to The Wibble, one of the university officials blamed a technical error for the mistake and apologized for any confusion caused.
The news has taken social media by storm, with hilarious memes and jokes from all around the world. Some students even claimed that they were looking forward to a long weekend but now are disappointed that they would have to attend the university for one more day.
Experts from across the world have weighed in on the matter, some jokingly asking if this maybe a new kind of leap year while others suggested that maybe the university was showing the world that it could overcome basic math.
While the jokes and memes may provide short-term amusement, the real issue lies with the university's administrative mistake that caused unnecessary confusion and embarrassment for its students and staff. University management must work to ensure that such errors do not occur again in the future.
We wish the university all the best in their future endeavors. Meanwhile, we hope that the coming leap year will be on time, with no further surprises from Lakeland University.
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