It may be hard to remember three weeks into the semester that FPU had originally hoped to offer in-person learning for Fall 2020. This was the plan, that is, until Governor Newsom’s order mandated distance learning for schools and universities in COVID-affected areas like the Central Valley. This order only allows for schools to bring back in-person classes if the number of COVID cases in the city or county becomes few enough.
Before this news, FPU had invested in plastic shields and other precautions, but sadly these are not being utilized very much with the current situation.
This article features a collection of images taken at the Fresno Pacific main campus at various times in recent weeks. They aim to capture in some way the strange feeling that comes from being on an almost empty campus. While the facilities may look bleak and empty, they may also carry fond memories of the past semesters, and promises for the future.
Author: Timothy Miracle | Features Editor
Photos by: Timothy Miracle