COVID-19 Protocols Make the Library An Extra Quiet Place to Study

Megan Wilson of Felicia Hodges’ Fall 2020 photojournalism class captured daily operations at SUNY New Paltz’ Sojourner Truth Library on Oct. 20. Photos by Megan Wilson.

  • The SUNY New Paltz Sojourner Truth Library has seen several changes to its operations in the Fall 2020 semester. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the library has introduced several health and safety measures to reduce the risk of disease spread while still allowing students access to their services.

Megan Wilson

Megan Wilson is a fourth-year journalism major and film and video studies minor from Schroon Lake, New York. In her free time, she likes listening to music, reading short stories and drinking coffee.

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