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Parking Crisis? What Crisis?

I wrote a first post about the campus parking crisis on October 20, 2009, and the issue has been on professors’ minds for much longer than that. But as far as the College’s senior administrators go, they already seem to have solved the problem to their liking. Why do you think they call it PARKhurst?

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If the muckymucks had to drive round and round the campus looking for parking like everyone else, they might have focused on the problem sooner, don’t you think?

Addendum: Yes, Virginia, the President does have two parking spaces at Parkhurst. Rumor has it that he always travels with a Presidential limousine and a back-up limousine in case of breakdowns. He learned to do this from Trustee Jeff Immelt ‘78.

Addendum: An alumnus writes in:

Are you telling me that Man About Campus Phil doesn’t walk the 1/3 of a mile to his office?

Color me shocked.

Addendum: And another:

Those signs scream: “Power, Privilege and Attitude”.


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