Gabriela Benevento / The Broadside
College track studs, athlete types and running lovers have turned into their rebel sides recently by disregarding closure signs put up in front of campuses tracks and tennis courts.
Since Kate Brown’s executive order closing all school campuses and local gyms, students have been finding creative ways to stay active. Some students are sticking to their local trails and home work–out routines, while others are moving school signs to access their campuses tracks, tennis courts and other outside work-out facilities.
As of currently, there has been no clear response from COCC’s administration, regarding the enforcement of campus closure and the usage of COCC’s tennis courts and tracks.
Until further notice comes from the school’s administration, it is strongly recommended students stay six feet apart during activities on the track and tennis courts and for students to wash their hands for 20 seconds afterwards. Stay safe Bobcats.