It’s certainly not the #SpartanSpring we expected.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our campus community in many ways, and so much remains uncertain. Spartans are now faced with loss of life, economic hardship, and social isolation, among other challenges.
The campus traditions we hold near and dear – Commencement, SOAR, Reading Day, etc. – have been postponed or cancelled. It’s a troubling time for everyone, some more than others.
But each year, spring teaches us a lesson. Budding flowers, warmer temperatures, and green foliage give us hope. Springtime brings new life.
And while UNC Greensboro’s campus may be empty of people, it’s full of the sights and sounds of spring. Last week, Associate Director of Photography Martin W. Kane and Video Services Manager Grant Evan Gilliard returned to campus to document #SpartanSpring. Below is a photo essay from their time on campus.