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Cracked pipe cancels classes at DePaul's Naperville campus

<p>Classes on the Naperville Campus only were canceled for Jan. 13 due to a cracked pipe and steam leak. (Photo by Kurtis Todd)</p>

Classes on the Naperville Campus only were canceled for Jan. 13 due to a cracked pipe and steam leak. (Photo by Kurtis Todd)

Four days after a burst pipe caused Naperville Central High School to evacuate, a cracked pipe and steam leak has cancelled classes at DePaul University's Naperville campus, according to DePaul news releases.

Due to a crack in a pipe and subsequent steam leak and the shutdown of the HVAC system in Building 200 on the Naperville Campus, DePaul University has canceled classes only on that campus for this evening, Jan. 13. Faculty and employees who were on the Naperville Campus were sent home this morning. Faculty and staff scheduled to be on campus this evening do not need to report to work.

[Read the full story at the DePaul Newsroom]

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