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Humanities Building Closed 12/4

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The Humanities building closed due to a power outage today on Dec. 4 until 3 p.m., causing faculty to either find other rooms to teach in or to cancel class altogether.

Pepco is already on the scene addressing the issue of an electrical short in an underground transformer. The issue is not related to the construction happening outside the building.

Students outside the building, after finding the building closed, said, “This fucking sucks. It sucks pretty bad.”

Other students walked away saying, “Oh, I’m good with it.”

In response to how this is happening a week before finals, a student said, “I care about my education! This sucks so bad!” Someone else mentioned that they should cancel finals because of “this shit.”

The students did not wish to disclose their names.

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