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Arkansas State students to work remotely Wednesday due to ice storm warning



Students at Arkansas State University will work remotely Wednesday due to inclement weather, the school announced in a press release.

School officials said the campus will operate under their remote working plan. That means essential personnel for on-campus operations are expected to report to the school as usual, but all on-campus classes will shift to remote delivery.

All Wednesday on-campus student non-classroom activities are also postponed, according to the press release. The Arkansas State vs. UALR basketball games, which had been scheduled for Wednesday at the First National Bank Arena, have been re-scheduled to Friday, with the women’s game tipoff at 5 p.m. and the men to follow at 7:30 p.m.

The university said on-campus support areas, including Student Housing, Campus Dining, and the Dean B. Ellis Library will continue operations. All campus dining will also operate on its standard brunch hours schedule. The Red W.O.L.F. Center will be closed.

The National Weather Service in Memphis issued an ice storm for Wednesday night into Thursday for much of the northeast part of Arkansas.

On Wednesday, school officials said they will determine the plan for Thursday.

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