Dr. Robert Prowse during a choir warm up. (David Wilson)
Dr. Robert Prowse during a choir warm up.

David Wilson

NJCU: The Pandemic Through My Eyes

A Photo Essay

May 26, 2021

With the safety concerns surrounding COVID-19 this past semester, there were a limited number of classes and activities taking place on campus. While things were slow, certain activities still proceeded. I would like to share a few of these with you through my own eyes.

Dr. Robert Prowse and his choir warm up for their rehearsal. (David Wilson)
The NJCU Women’s softball team practices at the Thomas M Gerrity Athletic Complex in Jersey City. (David Wilson)
Two student-athletes practicing for the NJCU Women’s softball team. (David Wilson)
Mark Ficalora from the NJCU Esports League of Legends team practices for their next event. (David Wilson)

I would also like to share what things looked like around campus for students who haven’t been there recently. It was an eye-opening experience to see the campus as a shell of itself. These photos were taken on a Thursday afternoon in April at our main campus.

The patio behind Hepburn Hall. (David Wilson)
Vodra Hall. (David Wilson)
The NJCU shuttle waiting near the Education and Professional Studies Building. (David Wilson)
The exterior of the Michael Gilligan Student Union Building (GSUB). (David Wilson)
GSUB Main Lobby. (David Wilson)
GSUB Lounge Area. (David Wilson)
GSUB Dining. (David Wilson)
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