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Marshall University's Huntington campus not affected by Charleston water emergency
Residence halls, classrooms, libraries and offices on the Huntington campus are operating normally and ready to accommodate students as they begin the spring semester, said Matt Turner, Marshall's chief of staff.
Marshall also has a campus in South Charleston that was closed on Friday due to the "Do Not Use" notice issued by West Virginia American Water. Turner said university officials will wait for further information from public safety officials this weekend to determine whether the South Charleston campus can be reopened on Monday.
Marshall's facilities in Hurricane, Beckley and Point Pleasant were not affected by the emergency.