New building construction fuels ongoing parking controversy

Southeastern Hall is being replaced with a new Computer Science and Industrial Technology Facility. Construction on the new building has already begun to take place and students are having even more difficulty in trying to find a parking space on campus. The construction site includes a large parking lot near the intersection of North Dakota
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Improving campus life for the commuter

For many Southeastern students commuting to school can be both challenging and beneficial. From parking, to eating, to attending class, commuter students face daily obstacles they must overcome to reach academic success on campus. Southeastern students tell what obstacles they face, how they overcome them, and how the university can better accommodate future commuter students.
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A backwards policy

Some students think the current parking policy is unfair. The rule requiring all students not to back into a parking space has left many having to pay a $25 fine. The University Police Department’s parking enforcement officials are administering citations to anyone who disregards university parking policy. Parking supervisor, George Giron, of the Southeastern Louisiana
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