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Posted Oct. 5, 2007

Erin Konrad
Arts Editor

Starting Monday faculty and staff wanting to park on campus will need to sign up for a monthly deduction from their paychecks or risk being ticketed.

Parking fees – the equivalent of $20 a month – for faculty and staff are part of the new parking policy passed over the summer.

Students, faculty and staff returned to school this month to find a temporary parking lot, where tennis courts used to be, and a lengthy set of regulations to become familiar with.

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Men's soccer beats Whittier,
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