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FAU vs. Irma

A timeline of the university’s change in operations as Irma approached the east coast.

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Illustration by Ivan Benavides

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Illustration by Ivan Benavides

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As it seemed more and more likely that Irma would hit the east coast of Florida, FAU emailed students on a near daily basis to keep them in the loop on the university’s plans.

This timeline gives the rundown on the school’s reaction to the hurricane before, during and after.

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Nate Nkumbu is a staff writer for the University Press. For information regarding this or other stories, email nukumbu94@gmail.com or tweet him @FoureyedNate.

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