I rode my bicycle across the U.C. Berkeley campus today. On a “normal” Thursday morning, whatever that means, it would be a crowded, convivial place. Now it is mostly deserted, gone to the dogs, so to speak (as plenty of them ran and rambled happily all over it).

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The south entrance to campus at Telegraph Avenue.

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A lone dog walker in Sproul Plaza.

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Dwinelle Hall and Plaza.

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Campus has “gone to the dogs.” Here one frolics in front of the empty University Library.

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Le Conte Hall, where some of the world’s greatest physicists have worked.

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After this crisis, will universities rethink their investment in bricks and mortar? I hope not.

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Wheeler Hall on the right, home to the university’s English Department.

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The Chancellor is out, but beautiful flowers are blooming outside her offices.

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Spring concerts in the Music Department all cancelled.

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Wurster Hall.

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The Law School.

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