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Monday's daytime classes to be canceled after power outage on UC Berkeley campus

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OCTOBER 27, 2019

Mondays daytime classes will be canceled after PG&E disconnected power on campus about 10:30 p.m. Saturday, according to a campuswide email from UCPD.

The email also states that adverse weather conditions, including heat and high winds, are expected to continue through Monday.

In the meantime, instructors have been encouraged to make any necessary changes and make up for lost class time without rescheduling class meetings.

According to the email, UCPD will send another update to the campus community Monday morning and reveal whether Mondays evening classes and events will also be canceled. It is anticipated that the campus will be in full operation Tuesday.

Due to the limited power supply, the email also stated that everyone should avoid campus until power has been restored and a confirmation email has been sent out.

Moffitt Library will open beginning Monday at 8 a.m., though the Free Speech Movement Cafe will be closed, a later campuswide email said.

Mallika Seshadri is an assistant news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @SeshadriMallika.
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OCTOBER 27, 2019


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