Gallery: Hurricane Irma Strikes Campus

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Gallery: Hurricane Irma Strikes Campus

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
A tree lays downed near Glades Park Towers in the way of the path leading to the dumpsters.

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager A tree lays downed near Glades Park Towers in the way of the path leading to the dumpsters.

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager A tree lays downed near Glades Park Towers in the way of the path leading to the dumpsters.

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager A tree lays downed near Glades Park Towers in the way of the path leading to the dumpsters.

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Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
Workers clear the remaining pieces of the large tree that sat near the spaceship building Wednesday.


Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
Branches from a tree by the College of Nursing were put together after crews were let on campus to work. Some areas are still off limits due to the storm.


Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
A tree outside the College of Medicine was uprooted onto a path leading to the building. It was later split into pieces following an inspection of campus earlier in the week.


Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
A tree lays downed near Glades Park Towers in the way of the path leading to the dumpsters.


Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
Multiple trees were downed behind the Student Union, which caused blockages on the roads behind it.


Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
One of Palm Beach State College’s main signs sits in the grass near the entrance to the parking lot.


Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
Florida Power and Light has multiple staging areas on campus, including in lot Five. Other areas include by IVA South and near the entrance to the Airport.

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
A roofing company truck sits with a hose to the top of the building to make repairs on the Glades Park Tower roof.

Ryan Lynch | Business Manager
The Student Union lot sits empty Wednesday for the first day that resident students were allowed back.