College Shuts Doors Temporarily
EL PASO, TX - Some students at the Rio Grande campus were forced to miss their first day of second summer classes.
A water main break at Oregon and Nevada left workers in the sun and students out of class. The campus put up signs and shut it's doors because there was no water, but students didn't seem to mind so much.
"I was kind of frustrated because I had class and I drove all the way over here and got here and nothing was happening. But then, I have other things to do today so I guess it's a blessing in disguise," Ryan Vidales said.
Students were told to check the campus website to see if campus will be open tomorrow.