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CAS classes cancelled through Wednesday, Feb. 17

Updated: Feb 17

Noah Dantes

Editor-in-chief


Emma Innes

Staff writer


Update Feb. 16: CAS classes have been cancelled through Wednesday, Feb. 17, CAS Dean Ruth Feingold announced over email 7:06 p.m. Tuesday, due to continuing power outages brought on by the ice storm and fallen tree branches.


VP of Student Affairs Lisa Landreman announced earlier Tuesday evening that Willamette will be providing on-campus sleeping options for off-campus students starting Wednesday. Feb. 17, if power remains out. Those seeking temporary accommodation should fill out [this form] by 10 a.m. Wednesday.


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Update Feb. 15: CAS classes have been cancelled through Tuesday, Feb. 16, CAS Dean Ruth Feingold announced over email 6:48 p.m. Monday, due to continuing power outages brought on by the ice storm and fallen tree branches.


Feingold did say that the campus will be open with electricity, heat and wifi but those coming to campus should keep in mind COVID-19 precautions.

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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) classes have been cancelled for Monday, Feb. 15, CAS Dean Ruth Feingold announced over email at 8:52 p.m. Sunday. This decision does not impact Law and Atkinson classes. Feingold said, however, the university will be open, “There is power, heat, and internet, so many who are currently lacking these in their homes may wish to come in to campus.”


Vice President of Student Affairs Lisa Landreman [had previously announced that classes would proceed as planned at 3:03 p.m. Sunday]. ASWU President Claire Mathews-Lingen, on behalf of a majority of ASWU senators, sent out an email to the student body Sunday evening expressing disagreement with the university’s initial decision to continue with classes Monday.

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