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In an effort to look for a much needed College 1 book that was sold out at the school bookstore, a student may stumble upon a Facebook group in which peers are listing books and materials at more affordable prices. With over 13,000 group members, this Facebook group has become the go-to outlet for students when it comes to buying new or used textbooks, renting rooms near campus, and even hit-and-runs in the packed parking lots. This group, a saving grace for many students, is …
Several weeks into the semester, traffic-jams are still happening consistently in PCC parking lots, and students are becoming increasingly burdened by the lack of solutions.
I woke up last night in a cold sweat gasping for air only to realize I was safe at home in bed. No, I wasn’t having nightmares about the new IT movie, rather, I was having a reoccurring nightmare that comes during the first two weeks of each semester, as I have to relive the pain and agony of searching for a parking space.
At least nine cases of hit-and-run have been reported in PCC parking lots since the beginning of the fall 2015 semester, according to Campus Police blotters, although it is likely that there have been many more of such incidents that have gone unreported.
There are plans to open up a 7-Eleven across the street from PCC, and while many are excited because of the convenience it would bring, what they don’t think about is the problems that come with it as well.