Oct 01, 2015

Petition Update · The Last and Final Update · Change.org

Wednesday, September 30th After over a month of waiting and almost 1100 signatures, the Chancellor’s committee that was supposed to remedy this substantial burden to education, for both students, student-athletes, staff, and faculty, remains silent. On Thursday October 22, less than 4 weeks away, students and faculty will be refused their paid-for parking spots to accommodate wealthy alumni and...

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