‘Nook on the street, April 24

Max Erickson / Sun Star

A parking kiosk was recently installed in the Signers Hall parking lot to replace parking meters. Drivers must now purchase a permit at the kiosk and place it on their dashboard in their vehicle. This week we asked students: What do you think about the parking kiosk?

Amanda Craig Psych & English (Double Major) Senior “I there could have been much better things to spend the University’s money on.”

“I think there could have been much better things to spend the University’s money on.” – Amanda Craig, senior in Psychology and English

 

Antoinina Hammersland Biology Premed Freshman“It’s a pretty costly thing to install but I guess in the long haul it will be useful, but I think there’s some room for the system to be abused because people can sit there all day.”

“It’s a pretty costly thing to install but I guess in the long haul it will be useful, but I think there’s some room for the system to be abused because people can sit there all day.” – Antoinina Hammersland, freshman in pre-med Biology

Evan McArthur Electrical Engineering Freshman “Well its definitely more efficient than having to carry around a bunch of coins, I mean not everyone has the right amount on them.”

“Well its definitely more efficient than having to carry around a bunch of coins, I mean not everyone has the right amount on them.” – Evan McArthur, freshman in Electrical Engineering

Harriet Salvador-Smith Biology Freshman “It seems easier than having a meter at each parking space, I’m for it.”

“It seems easier than having a meter at each parking space, I’m for it.” – Harriet Salvador-Smith, freshman in Biology

Torie Leach Biology Junior “I think a parking kiosk will make it easier. I guess I can see the downside though I mean if there are a lot of people then you have to wait in a line but I think if they want to save money long-term they have to implement those changes now. It’s just one of those things that’ll take time.”

“I think a parking kiosk will make it easier. I guess I can see the downside though I mean if there are a lot of people then you have to wait in a line but I think if they want to save money long-term they have to implement those changes now. It’s just one of those things that’ll take time.” – Torie Leach, junior in Biology

 

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