The Daily Forty-Niner sat down for a quick conversation with President Jane Close Conoley about campus growth, parking and the mascot.
Author: Rachel Barnes
A pit that is 27-feet deep is full of 180,000 gallons of ice that provides cold air for the entire campus.
Stairs make up a lot of the campus, which makes getting used to a new campus difficult for students that can’t use them. Facilities makes sure that there is a way, however.
In an email to faculty and staff, Conoley wrote that parking this semester has impacted student success. She reached out to faculty to help solve the problem.
On Wednesday night President Conoley tweeted, “Actually we are not the Sharks…”
After extreme traffic conditions during the first days of the semester, parking and transportation services chose to stop selling fall passes.
The first day of fall semester the university implemented new parking strategies. All general parking lots on lower campus were full by mid-morning.
Former chemistry professor Tom Gufrey chose to resign after Twitter video of his classroom experiments went viral. “For my standard of education I had to do it,” he said.
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