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UPDATE: ASU West campus will resume operations as normal on Monday, Sept. 24 after power is restored

Power is mostly restored to West campus, Lecture Hall and the campus's Sun Devil Fitness Center remains closed

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Arizona State University West Campus located in Glendale, Arizona on Monday, Nov. 21, 2022.

The University said power on the West campus is mostly restored and normal campus operations will resume on Monday, Sept. 24. 

Some classes in Classroom/Lab/Computer Classroom Building will be remote, and ASU said students with classes in that building should monitor their emails for more information. The Lecture Hall and Sun Devil Fitness Center remain closed.

The power outage was reported on the campus on Tuesday morning, forcing all classes to go remote for the rest of the week. 

Classroom buildings and the dining hall on the West campus lost power while residential halls remained unaffected, according to a University LiveSafe broadcast message. The University said Wi-Fi remained operational at Casa de Oro, Las Casas A, B and D, Fletcher Library, Central Services Complex and Central Plant. The Verde Dining Pavilion, West Market and campus shuttles to and from the West campus operated as usual. 

The West campus, located in northwest Phoenix, has an enrollment of approximately 5,000 students. Students are expected to contact their instructors for information on how their classes will be held.  

The campus is serviced by Arizona Public Service; an APS substation near the campus also experienced an outage. 

Editors Note: This story was updated at 1:05 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 22 to reflect updated information. This story is still developing and may be updated. 

Edited by Jasmine Kabiri and Shane Brennan.

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River GrazianoScience and Technology Editor

River Graziano has been the Science and Technology editor at The State Press since Spring 2023. They are from Phoenix, Arizona, and currently study creative writing and engineering.

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