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Increased enrollment leads to new parking policies

With increased enrollment, 380 students were allowed to pay $85 for a parking permit. There are currently no more spots being sold. “Based on however many junior and senior parking permits we give out at the beginning of the year, will usually determine how many more spots we have to sell for the rest of the year,

Drew Boone, Staff Writer

September 3, 2019

It’s a right of passage many seniors, juniors and a handful of sophomores enjoy, purchasing an $85 space to ensure they can drive to school. However, due to increased enrollment, the plan has been revised. “All parking passes that we had available at the beginning of the year are now sold, so th...

The scoop on parking

The senior lot sits packed with cars.

Nell Jaskowiak, Opinions editor

April 23, 2018

After countless hours of research and experimental tests, the Parkway West Pathfinder has developed a (semi)objective analysis of the on-campus parking options for those students that drive to school. The following map depicts all parking areas along with walk time to the building**, the most convenient...

Left turns create chaos

Students wait for an opportunity to turn out of the junior lot after school.

Nell Jaskowiak, Opinions editor

September 15, 2017

It is a scene that everyone knows and groans about: leaving school after the 2:30 p.m. bell, only to be held up at the top of the junior lot by a car that has decided to turn left and force their way into traffic.

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