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Universities shut down for possible record-breaking storm

Posted by Your Town  February 7, 2013 03:36 PM

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Several universities in and around Boston announced Thursday that they would be cancelling classes Friday due to the upcoming storm.

A spokesman for Babson College said Friday classes were cancelled, and a spokeswoman for Simmons College said that the college would be closed on Friday and Saturday.

According to a spokesman for Suffolk University, the university will shut down Friday and Saturday.

The Huntington News, the independent student newspaper for Northeastern University, re-published an e-mail from the university that said classes would be cancelled on Friday. The campus will reopen on Monday, the e-mail said.

At Tufts University, classes are cancelled for Friday, according to a spokeswoman.

Framingham State University announced that the campus will be closed on Friday and Saturday, except for essential personnel.

UMass Boston as well as the Massachusetts College of Art and Design will be closed on Friday and Saturday.

According to Brandeis NOW, Brandeis University will close tomorrow at noon.

A spokeswoman for Bentley University confirmed that the campus will be closed on Friday.

The Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences will close for both Friday and Saturday. Emmanuel College will be closed on Friday.

Bunker Hill Community College announced on its website that the campus would be closed on Friday and Saturday. Curry College in Milton and Plymouth also announced online that the classes as well as offices will be cancelled for Friday and Saturday.

Bridgewater State University is shutting down the campus on Friday and Saturday. Roxbury Community College is also closed for Friday and Saturday. Bay State College in Boston will be closed Friday.

Salem State College will be closed tomorrow.

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