Griffin Capps, a junior English major from Troy, in the bookstore as Spring Semester gets under way on the Troy Campus.
Gone are the days of empty sidewalks and vacant parking spaces; a new semester has begun at Troy University and the Troy Campus is once again full of life.
After a much needed break for students and faculty alike, daily life returned to normal on Wednesday with the start of the spring semester.
A drive around campus in the early morning offers the familiar sights of joggers, busy squirrels and students piling in for 8 a.m. classes.
Take a look at few scenes from around campus during the first day of the Spring Semester: