Originally posted on The Torch

By Chandlor Henderson

On Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021, editor Chandlor Henderson visited a very quiet campus, Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon. His intention was to take photos and document the campus. 

He found that the animals and insects living on campus are thriving. Building 18 has a new mural. And people are still utilizing the soccer fields. While most students still are not able to access the campus, it’s not completely destitute. 

Check out some of the cool stuff on campus.

South facing wall of building 18 on LCC campus. Mural by Rachel Wolfe-Goldsmith. Photo by Chandlor Henderson.
Muralist Rachel Wolfe-Goldsmith working on a mural on building 18. Photo by Chandlor Henderson.
Building 17. Photo by Chandlor Henderson.
A turkey is grazing across from the EMU. Photo by Chandlor Henderson.
The walking trail on the south side of LCC campus. Photo by Chandlor Henderson.
A slug slithers across the grass on the walk/jog trail. Photo by Chandlor Henderson.

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