Eye on UMSL: Snow day

Snow blankets North Campus with the MSC in the distance

Snow blanketed North Campus at the University of Missouri–St. Louis last week as a two-day winter storm dropped as much as much as 8 inches in St. Louis County.

 

Students Sadaht Sanda, Aria Spencer, Jay King, Tyler Haynes and Zufarbek Zaynutdinov flash peace signs while walking on snowy South Campus

Students (from left) Sadaht Sanda, Aria Spencer, Jay King, Tyler Haynes and Zufarbek Zaynutdinov walked through snowy South Campus on a quiet Friday afternoon with classes being held virtually as the region dug out from the winter weather.

 

Crews clear snow near the loading dock on the north side of the J.C. Penney Building

Crews cleared snow near the loading dock on the north side of the J.C. Penney Building. UMSL Postal Services is scheduled to begin operating from 7 J.C. Penney Building, near that loading dock and Printing Services, on Feb. 15.

 

Members of the UMSL cross country team run amid the snow on South Campus

Members of the UMSL cross country and track and field teams trained on the cleared streets of South Campus on Friday afternoon.

 

Kristoffer Tomlinson plows the parking lot outside Woods Hall

Kris Tomlinson, a member of the Facilities Maintenance team, cleared snow from the parking lot outside Woods Hall on Friday afternoon. Tomlinson and other staff members from the Maintenance and Grounds teams began clearing snow on campus at 2 a.m. Wednesday and worked into the weekend to get snow cleared for the university to resume normal operations today.

These photographs were taken by UMSL photographer August Jennewein and are the latest to be featured in Eye on UMSL.

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