Campus remains a ghost town during ‘Safe at Home’ order

It has been over a month since CPP President Soraya M. Coley announced the pause of in-person classes.
(Christina Manuel | The Poly Post)
Campus parking services will issue prorated refunds for returned student permits. (Steven Everett | The Poly Post)
he fourth floor of Parking Structure 1 was flooded due to the past week’s heavy rain.
(Steven Everett | The Poly Post)
Most restaurants have been closed since CPP shut its doors March 18. (Steven Everett | The Poly Post)
The crushed Poly Trolley sits abandoned outside of the Marketplace.
(Steven Everett | The Poly Post)
Centerpointe Dining Services is only allowing take out and Grubhub pickup options. (Steven Everett | The Poly Post)
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