Life UMW a ghost town as students and faculty practice social distancing 1 min read 1 year ago Blue and Gray Press Life The class of 2020 bids farewell to the University of Mary Washington as campus closes 8 weeks early due to COVID-19. (Lilian Perez | The Blue & Gray Press) by LILIAN PEREZ Staff Photographer Commuter parking on College Avenue is free of cars as the University of Mary Washington moves to online instruction. A typically busy Panera Bread located in the University Center closes due to directives regarding social distancing during COVID-19. (Lilian Perez | The Blue & Gray Press)Christopher Hudert, a sophomore double majoring in music and math, walks across a deserted campus after grabbing lunch. (Lilian Perez | The Blue & Gray Press)Staff Writer Jai-Leah Garcia returned to a nearly empty campus in search of students who chose to stay on campus after closure. (Lilian Perez | The Blue & Gray Press) Tags: campus closure coronavirus COVID-19 Lilian Perez photo essay photostory social distancing Continue Reading Previous Humans of UMW: Ben Onguene on language and community in a new countryNext Students make the most of social distancing on an empty campus More Stories 3 min read Life The Netflix comedy New Girl is a must-see for college students 3 months ago Blue and Gray Press Life 3 min read Life Personal Essay: Picking up chess brings unexpected benefits 3 months ago Blue and Gray Press Life 5 min read Life Top Feature A farewell to UMW and the Blue and Gray Press 3 months ago Blue and Gray Press Life 1 thought on “UMW a ghost town as students and faculty practice social distancing” Pingback: Portfolio – Lilian Perez Comments are closed.