Observer Staff Report | Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Notre Dame reopened on a limited basis Tuesday afternoon and will resume regular scheduling Wednesday, following the shutdown forced by inclement weather Monday.
The city of South Bend and St. Joseph County lifted the state of emergency at noon on Tuesday, and an email from the University stated that classes will resume at their regularly scheduled times for Wednesday.
The email asked all University staff to report to work at their next regularly scheduled starting time. The dining halls and LaFortune Student Center will resume normal hours Wednesday.
Although the travel ban has ended, all students, faculty, staff and others were urged in the email to keep road and weather conditions in mind, dress warmly in the cold temperatures and use caution when traveling to, from and on-campus.
All students, faculty, staff, fans and others are urged to keep road and weather conditions in mind, dress appropriately and use caution when traveling to, from and on campus for athletic events.