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Texas Wesleyan classes and Homecoming events canceled Saturday, Feb. 28

02.27.2015 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
Ice and snow cover the Ann Waggoner Annex.

We will continue to post updates about the status of campus as new information becomes available. Check the story for new details.

Update, Feb. 28, 11:32 a.m.: The women's and men's basketball games will be available to watch online at Ramspots.net.

 

Update, Feb. 28, 11:23 a.m.: New dates are pending for all Student Life Homecoming activities and events.

Homecoming-specific events, such as Queen and King crowning, will be included as part of the faculty and staff vs. student basketball game, scheduled for Tuesday, March 17. A new date is also pending for the block party.

The voting for spirit banners, which are currently on display in the SUB, and the department door decorating contest will continue through next week.

 

Update, Feb. 28, 10:57 a.m.: All Student Life Homecoming activities and events are canceled because of unsafe travel conditions. Rescheduling information will follow as it is available. 

Homecoming games will be played ahead of schedule at 2 and 4 p.m. Fans are encouraged to stay at home — games will be primarily limited to the players, officials and table crew.

 

Update, Feb. 27, 8:30 p.m.: A decision about the status of the Student Life Homecoming events will be made by noon Saturday.

 

All Texas Wesleyan classes for Saturday, Feb. 28, are canceled, but both Homecoming games will continue as scheduled.

No decision has been made about the status of Saturday's Student Life Homecoming activities. Details will be available as soon as the safety of the roads has been evaluated.

We encourage you to please use caution and stay safe.

If you have an on-campus emergency, please call 817-531-4911 to speak with campus security.

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