When I went to the
university, I used to have classes at night. In a certain/given semester, I decided to enroll in a course in which classes were in the morning; so, I could notice the difference in the environment.
At this time of the day, the campus was full of people (students, professors and employees). All the rooms were occupied and all the service departments (library, IT, administration, etc.) were working.
At night, the number of people was lower, there were a lot of empty rooms and the service departments were partially working or would close earlier.
Corrections suggested by a buddy of the Forum, I stand corrected and that´s why:
"university" shouldn´t take the definite article 'the', since it wasn´t specified which; it wouldn´t begin with a capital letter
as well. It would be capitalized it if it was part of the name of a given university or department, or if I was talking about a previously mentioned institution.
Thank you for your contribution my buddy, have a nice weekend.
Everything´s okay in my neck of the woods, but I am really with a lot in my plate. That´s why my standards may have lowered a bit, I am afraid.