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When Yale canceled classes last October in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, it was the first time the university had taken that step since the blizzard of 1978. Less than four months later, they're doing it again. Vice president Linda Koch Lorimer ’77JD announced in an e-mail this evening that at the request of the mayor of New Haven, all classes are canceled tomorrow and that nonessential employees are to stay home.

The 34 inches of snow that fell on the city Friday night is the most New Haven has received in a hundred years. Removing the snow from city streets has been slow going, and people are still being asked to stay off the streets in order to expedite the efforts.


UPDATE, 2/12: Classes are canceled again on Tuesday, and nonessential employess are still being asked not to report to work.

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