All you students at lazy-river universities can't beat this: Winona State University is getting a floating classroom next spring.
The Dr. Calvin R. Fremling Floating Interpretive Center and Classroom is a boat that will seat 49 and offer classes and events focused on biology, science and the environment.
WSU had a houseboat that also served a classroom up until 2008, when the Coast Guard closed it down for not being up to code.
Read the Winona Daily News story here.
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