STUDENTS AT BRIAR CLIFF UNIVERSITY HAVE STARTED MOVING BACK ON CAMPUS FOLLOWING A WATER MAIN BREAK SUNDAY MORNING THAT CAUSED CLASSES TO BE CANCELLED FOR TWO DAYS.
A STATEMENT FROM THE UNIVERSITY SAYS WATER AND HEAT HAVE BEEN RESTORED TO ALL AFFECTED BUILDINGS EXCEPT BAXTER HALL, WHICH HAS HEAT BUT NO WATER YET.
MOST OF THE CAMPUS BUILDINGS, EXCEPT HEELAN HALL, ARE ON A STEAM HEAT SYSTEM.
CLASSES WILL RESUME WEDNESDAY MORNING.
THE RED CROSS AND CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT HELPED PROVIDE TEMPORARY HOUSING FOR STUDENTS DURING THE WATER MAIN BREAK.
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