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University watching weather; normal hours expected for Wednesday

While Furman expects to operate on its regular schedule on Wednesday, Jan. 17, the university is monitoring the weather for possible snow and ice overnight that could affect operating hours. Students, faculty and staff will be notified by text and email early Wednesday if schedule changes are needed. Updates will also be provided online at news.Furman.edu and furman.edu as well as on Furman’s Twitter and Facebook pages.

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