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Empty spaces. I am lucky to be able to come to the library once or twice a month to work. Usually I have the building to myself or maybe a few other library staff are working on other floors that I may see in passing and wave to our talk to from afar. It is very quiet. I come in to distribute ppe supplies or work on projects that support our library staff and building. Usually the library would be very busy on a normal Thursday afternoon when we were open to the public. Campus is quiet too and missing all of the students and staff. It is easy to find parking spaces. I may have to wear a name tag when we all return to work because my coworkers may not recognize me with my long hair and extra 10 pounds!
Kate Farmer (contributor)
Telling our Stories: Western's Response to COVID-19
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