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Twitter: WMU students react to cold weather, school opening

Hannah Ball
A&E Reporter

Western Michigan University declared a snow day on Jan. 27 due to extreme weather of below freezing temperatures, snowfall and dangerous roads.

With matching conditions expected for Jan. 28, WMU students hoped for another snow day, which would be the fourth time the university would be closed in one month.

Students were active and outspoken on social media about wanting a snow day for Jan 28.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One WMU teacher held his lecture through Skype with his students.

 

 

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One Comment to Twitter: WMU students react to cold weather, school opening
    • Haley
    • Not to mention all of the accidents that happened because of students driving to school… One being right next to the entrance to WMU’s campus today on stadium. Probably involving a student. Driving conditions were the worst I have seen yet. But I am so glad that WMU took it as THEIR best interest to remain open. They truly care for the well-being of their students. My legs were frozen and numb after walking outside for about 7 minutes.

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