The Grand Cam­pus Washout

Trek Magazine - - Message From The President -

Heavy snow­fall fol­lowed by driv­ing rain in Jan­uary causes a large pool of wa­ter to form on the north end of cam­pus. A small ditch is dug to help the wa­ter drain into the ocean, but con­tin­u­ing rain­fall turns the ditch into a rapidly ex­pand­ing ravine that de­stroys sev­eral out­ly­ing build­ings. The ravine is dubbed the “Cam­pus Canyon” by stu­dents and is even­tu­ally filled in with nu­mer­ous truck­loads of gravel.

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