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Students frustrated with longer walk from parking lot

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As the new semester begins, more construction is taking place while other parts of the building are finished. Before break, students were entering through door 16 to get into school. Now students enter through door 23, the fieldhouse door, creating a longer walk.

While there is a sign of growth with the newly constructed areas, new areas of construction have created challenges for students. There is now a longer walk to class in the morning. The old door was convenient for students, but has now been relocated.

Juniors Gabby Koon and Harper Fleischauer expressed their annoyance with the parking lot and the new door.

“Parking should be closer because it takes forever to get inside, and I have to leave my house earlier,” Fleischauer said.

Many students are upset about the length of the walk along with what it does to their morning schedules. Students now have to wake up earlier and leave their houses earlier to give themselves enough time to get to class on time.

“The walk should be shorter for students especially when it is cold outside because there is no spot for students to put coats if we bring them,” Koon said.

Many students are upset because of the longer commute into school with the cold temperatures outside. Students are frustrated because they want to wear layers into school, but there is not a place to keep them throughout the day.

“There should not be equipment in the parking lot taking up spots,” Koon said.

“There should be a different parking lot because there are not enough spots for everyone and some people have to park in the overflow lot which is even further,” Fleischauer said.

Many students are complaining about the amount of parking spots in the student parking lot. Since many students do not get a spot in the parking lot, they have to park in overflow parking. The distance from overflow is further than the student parking, making it more frustrating for students who do not get a spot.

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