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After three days in a row of canceling classes due to the snow, American University has asked faculty members with online access to communicate with their students and "continue with planned assignments and course expectations.

In a memorandum released today by AU Provost Scott Bass, Bass encouraged students to check their email regularly for updated information on classes and school work.

According to Bass, AU does not plan to make any changes to the academic schedule.

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