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The latest information on road closures, construction delays, changes to operating status, or other unusual events on campus.

A major roadway and sidewalk project to improve pedestrian safety at the Cradit Farm Drive/Thurston Ave and the Wait Ave/Thurston Ave Intersections will disrupt the flow of traffic and transit service on North Campus from June 1 through July 31, 2021. The project aims are to improve pedestrian safety by building raised crosswalks, improving transit access, and slowing vehicles.



Thurston Ave will remain open at all times but may have one lane of alternating traffic. Cradit Farm Drive and Wait Ave will be closed for periods of time through the months of June and July. Detour signs are in place to direct motorists around the construction area. For transit route information, please visit the TCAT website.



Motorists and pedestrians are asked to use caution when traveling through the work zone and to observe all detour signs, barricades, and flagger instructions.

Adobe announced a series of vulnerabilities for Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Updates to mitigate the vulnerabilities have been released by Adobe, please update all computers using these applications. Vulnerability: CVE-2021-28550 is being actively exploited. More information on the series of vulnerabilities can be found at Adobe's website in the link below. Currently, CVE-2021-28550 has been reported to being exploited in the wild. It is an arbitrary code execution vulnerability affecting Windows systems using Adobe Reader. It is described as a "use-after-free" memory corruption issue. For managed endpoint customers, updates are available in the Windows software center as well as the MacOS Self Service portals. Non-managed endpoint customers should follow their unit's normal update procedures or download the updates direct from Adobe. External links: https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/acrobat/apsb21-29.html