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Cascade Hall of Architecture is empty during the summer. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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The public on-campus basketball courts are empty as school is out for the summer. Throughout the school year, the outdoor basketball court is a place where students can play a game. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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A bench between Carson Dining Hall and the Walton Complex, a typically busy part of campus, is empty during the summer term. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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An on-campus pathway that runs parallel to 13th Ave is empty. During the school year students use the on-campus pathway to walk to the middle of campus. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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A popular crosswalk on Agate Street, usually populated by students going to-and-from campus, is empty during the summer. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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The newly renovated historic Hayward Field came with a new cemented walking path for the public. Previous to the construction of Hayward Field, the walking path used to be a parking lot for the public, faculty and staff. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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A crosswalk on Onyx Street and East 15th Ave., where students often walk from their dorms to the gym, is empty during the summer. The Rec Center on campus offers students and the public an opportunity to stay in shape. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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The Erb Memorial Union (EMU), the center for student activities, is empty during the summer. The EMU lawn is often populated by students during the school year. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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Since the start of the University of Oregon campus closure due to COVID-19, buildings are locked and entrance by the public is prohibited. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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Right outside the Erb Memorial Union (EMU) is the amphitheatre where students or the public often populate to enjoy the outdoor campus scenery. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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The main crosswalk walk in front of the Erb Memorial Union (EMU) is one of the busiest locations on campus during the school year. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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The path entrance to Allen Hall, Columbia Hall and Pacific Hall is empty during the summer due to classes being taught remotely. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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The lawn between Fenton Hall and Friendly Hall is empty as the school is closed. During the school year, the lawn is populated by students as trees surround the lawn. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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Lillis Hall, a popular building known for its Oregon logo, is empty during the summer. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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The lawn in front of the Knight Library, a popular on-campus location during the school year, is empty during the summer term. The University of Oregon’s campus operations have new regulations due to the circumstances of COVID-19. By August 26th, if the University believes that they do not have the ability to manage COVID-19, they will seek out more limited options for students, faculty and staff. (Kevin Wang/Daily Emerald)

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