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New lot open for business

New lot open for business
Junior baseball player Tim Ralston parks in parking lot Q daily because it is so close to the team’s batting cages. The lot is the newest addition to parking on campus, across the street from the Shell gasoline station on Arrow Highway and D Street. The lot can accommodate up to 10 cars. / photo by Hunter Cole  Read More →

Zipcars to tackle parking issues

Zipcars to tackle parking issues
The Zipcar program will look to help ease the parking problem on the University of La Verne main campus. Students, faculty and staff will now be able to rent a car for $7.50 per hour or $69 for a single day. / photo by Christopher Mora Robert Penalber Managing Editor In an attempt to reduce parking congestion, the University has partnered with Zipcar, a car sharing service that allows members to reserve... 
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Zipcars may ease parking chaos

In recent weeks students may have noticed the signs that read, “Zipcars live here,” covering several parking spots on C Street and Second Street. Though some students may have been livid at the loss of a few precious parking spots, the signs are actually good, as it seems the University has come up with an additional solution to the parking situation that continues to plague the campus. The University... 
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Friendship is magic

Friendship is magic
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff  Read More →

Accident outside ACB

Accident outside ACB
A University of La Verne student looking for a parking spot collided with a local business owner’s truck Tuesday on D Street in front of the Vista La Verne residence hall. No one involved was seriously injured. / photo by Zachary Horton  Read More →

Officers enforce new parking regulations

Officers enforce new parking regulations
Amid the campus parking crisis, Chaffey College student and parking enforcement officer Michael Galvan parks in the front of a red curb on Third Street. Galvan patrols the streets of La Verne day and night to enforce the University and City of La Verne strict parking rules. The new parking rules came as a shock to students who were sent a notification email before Thanksgiving break. / photo by Zachary... 

City imposes stricter parking regulations

City imposes stricter parking regulations
The city of La Verne placed temporary city parking permit required signs Monday on all residential streets within a three-block radius of the University of La Verne. The signs will become permanent at the beginning of the spring semester. The signs have resulted in increased use of the free off-campus parking lot with the provided shuttle service. / photo by Pablo Cabrera Alex Forbess Editorial Director Christian... 

Parking problems were preventable

The parking nightmare we are currently caught up in was inevitable. University administrators saw it, even the students saw it, but nothing substantial was done to prevent it. With the University continously accepting more students than it can accommodate in a city that, shall we say, likes its peace and quiet, the new parking regulations, which prohibit street parking on most streets walking distance... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I realize that the last thing people want to hear any more about is the parking situation. I do not have an answer to the problem, but I have some minor suggestions that might make things a little easier. As a former student, current employee and local resident, I offer a unique point of view. I absolutely love living in a college town. I love everything about it. I accept that parking... 

Free parking: Come and get it, ULV

Free parking: Come and get it, ULV
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff Every day parking lots are filled to capacity at the University of La Verne. Students complain and park in neighborhoods wherever they can squeeze in without a city of La Verne parking permit. With so many new students at La Verne, parking is hell. Students pay $95 for a parking permit for the whole year but there is never any parking. ULV has given students an... 
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