The Best President Loh Tweets (Pre-Valentine’s Day Snowstorm 2014)

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If you took a poll asking students at the University of Maryland about President Loh’s job performance around 4 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, I guarantee his approval rating would be near 100 percent.

This is around the time students learned that school would be closed the next day via a tweet he sent out on his account.

The announcement was universally praised by students because of the fact that President Loh took the warnings of a major snowstorm seriously and didn’t keep students waiting to figure out if classes were still in session.

President Loh set a precedent for how university presidents and school officials nationwide should respond to warnings of major inclement weather (something which many UMBC students envy). Loh’s swiftness truly helped UMD students prepare adequately for the 12+ inches of snow which would follow the next day.

Here are some of the best tweets from UMD students praising President Loh over the past couple of days as students celebrate a 4-day Valentine’s Day weekend.

https://twitter.com/lexy_mai/status/433702733317963778

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Finally, my lame attempt at humor:

BEST #UMDSNOW TWITPICS!

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BEST #UMDSNOW TWITPICS!

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– JMan

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