“Falcon Landing.” BGSU COVID-19 Stories. BGSU University Libraries, 30 June 2020, lib.bgsu.edu/COVID19stories/items/show/958. Accessed 2 July 2020.
|Description||Falcon Landing apartments during the summer semester. As far as I know, these are the largest concentration of on campus residents remaining during the COVID-19 pandemic. Where previously some residence halls would be open, this year they all appear to be shutterd as far as I am aware.|
(I know it's operated differently from the rest of on campus housing, and that they call themselves "Adjacent" to campus, but when they use an official university email to conduct business, share university inferstructure, border campus on two sides, and have been owned and operated by the university since 2012, that counts as on campus in my book.)
There may be people living in Falcon Landing II (Similar situation as above, but across wooster street, smaller, and acquired in 2014) at 920 East Wooster Street, but I haven't checked.
|Date||June 27, 2020 - 9:15PM|
|Place||Behind the Stroh Center, BGSU, Bowling Green, Ohio|