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VIDEO: Students respond to classes being cancelled due to air quality

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Due to the poor air quality in Sacramento stemming from the Camp Fire in Butte County, Sacramento State cancelled classes and closed the campus Nov. 13 and 14. We recently asked students who were still on campus on Tuesday what their thoughts were. Let us know what you think of classes being cancelled in the comments using #SacStateSays.

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One Response to “VIDEO: Students respond to classes being cancelled due to air quality”

  1. Eduardo on November 15th, 2018 8:44 pm

    I believe that they should close the school next week because the air quality is hazardous for the students to be in campus or outdoors, I personally had asthma and the only reason im still in sacramento is because they havent stated that school will be closed next week too. Its unhealthy for students and I belive the best thing to do is to no expose them to this air quality

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