Full power is expected to be restored in the North Carrick and South Carrick residence halls around midnight this evening. Crews have been working through the evening and repairs are going well. Students are being updated on the project via e-mail and University Housing is offering alternative accommodations for the night.
Crews are continuing to work on the power outage at the North Carrick and South Carrick residence halls and are preparing to restore power to the building by 10:00 p.m. this evening. Students are being updated via e-mail on the project and will have the choice of staying in alternative accommodations for the night, or
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As of this morning, power has not yet been restored to the North Carrick residence hall. Electricians from the university’s Facilities Services department conducted tests last night and early this morning to ensure the operational condition of the electrical infrastructure. Tests are ongoing, and if all results remain positive, work will begin as soon as