Campus Police cracks down as parking violations increase

By Kait Bedell & Josh Wolmer – News Editor and 1851 Contributor

Campus Police cracks down on ticketing unregistered and incorrectly parked vehicles on campus as parking violations increase. Photo by Josh Wolmer

After an increase in parking violations, Lasell’s parking office announced on February 28 that there would be some drastic changes to Lasell’s parking policies beginning in March. 

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Seasonal student on campus parking update

By Kaie Quigley & Claire Crittendon – Features Editor & Co-Editor-in-Chief

View of Central Lot from a Science and Technology Center classroom.
Photo by Claire Crittendon

With only 266 spots for 714 resident students, the parking office has had its hands full this semester. In hopes of accommodating resident and commuter students alike amidst the pandemic, the parking office made some adjustments to their system this year. 

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Once upon a parking spot

By Taylor Fallon-McMahon – Contributing Writer

If one were to ask a Lasell student what the institution’s biggest downfall is, it is highly likely that they would say the parking. Every morning students and staff struggle to find parking on campus, and need to resort to other options, all while making it to class at the correct time. Many other schools around the area have plenty of designated spots for faculty and students at a cheap rate, assuring spots for all. All in all, Lasell needs to fix their current parking fiasco.

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