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Wake Alert Emergency. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for Wake Forest University until 1:15 a.m. on Monday, April 15. Seek shelter now. Go to the lowest level of a building. Stay away from doors and windows. Our first priority is to ensure the health and safety of those on our campus. Updates will appear here.
Phone service to Wake Forest University’s Reynolda Campus has been restored and is operating normally at this time.
Additional outages may be possible if the University’s phone service provider continues to troubleshoot.
Information Systems encourages anyone who experiences further issues to report them by emailing email@example.com or submitting a ticket online.
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Wake Forest University’s Reynolda Campus is experiencing issues with landline phones on the campus network. Information Systems is looking into the issues with the service provider. Apparently, the issue affects a wider area in the city than just the campus. The University will provide an update when the issues are resolved. At this time, it is unknown when that will be.
Anyone who needs to reach Wake Forest University Police Department should call 336-759-0443.
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Update: Water has been restored at the residence halls. Water will be restored at Wait Chapel by 4 p.m.
Work is underway this morning to repair a water main break near Zick’s in the Hearn Plaza area. At present, there is no water service to Poteat and Huffman residence halls and Wait Chapel. The repair is expected to be completed by noon today and water service restored at that time to all affected buildings.
Part of Parking Lot P, on the east side of Wait Chapel, is closed due to repairs crews working in that area.
Updates will be posted on the Wake Alert website at wakealert.wfu.edu.