IUS becomes empty as another COVID-19 filled semester ends

Maho Sato, Staff Reporter

During COVID-19, IU Southeast’s campus was already quietAfter a late afternoon stroll on Wednesday, it was unnervingly quiet, and the parking lot was more than half empty, which was very unusual compared to pre-COVID times. Few are seen in the long hallways, and the cafeteria due to the fact that as of now it is temporarily closed. With winter break also approaching, few are seen on campus in general. Below is an attached gallery of the emptiness IUS is having as we approach the end of another COVID-19 struck semester.