Consider them marked.
Meanwhile, in Crookston, Kaler plans to stop by a few residence halls, play a little golf, and help students unload their cars. He told the Grand Forks Herald, "There's nothing like carrying boxes of clothes and a few things to help understand what students are thinking about at this important time of their life."
He added, "Would you mind taking a few photos of me as I unload the cars?"
(Just kidding. He didn't say that.)