Housing and apartment trends in the neighborhoods around the University of Nevada, Reno
During this unprecedented time of society being sheltered, social distancing, closed university campus, and many businesses closed, many people are wondering "What can I do around here?" This is especially true of students of the University of Nevada who don't have a car, and have chosen to stay in Reno during this time, including visiting scholars, international students, and others who can't get back to their hometown.
No library. No student union. No laboratories. No restaurant or drink hangout spots. What can one do?
The following are healthy alternatives, all involving walking, that also help avoid being crowded in a small room:
There are other areas as well, but these are a start. Making plenty of healthy walking choices to spend part of the day exploring. But as always, during this special time of shutdown, practice social distancing. Stay enough distance from other walkers. Cover your coughs and sneezes with your arm. Perhaps using a mask, and wash hands when finished.
Post your comments here, show your photos, for a reward. Enjoy exploring Reno!
A blog critiquing and reporting on student housing in Reno Nevada
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Mike Cutler is a volunteer with the Reno International House and blogger of the local real estate housing development market in Reno. He likes to give advice for newly arriving students and immigrants, and report on the latest construction and housing needs around the University of Nevada, Reno.