– News Brief –PHOTO: Parking can be challenging on the UMSL campus. Photo by Riki Tanaka for The Current (c)
By Daniel C. Hodges, Staff Writer for The Current
The University of Missouri–St. Louis Student Government Association (SGA) is taking on the issue of student parking.
Following up on student complaints, senators from the SGA are circulating among students asking them how they feel on the issues of parking and shuttling at UMSL. Those who are unhappy with the status quo are being asked to sign a signature page. The SGA plans on gathering support for the position before deciding on a course of action.
“As a student government, we do not believe in sitting around and doing nothing about complaints,.” SGA President Cameron Roark, junior, criminology, said.
Students who were not approached by the SGA but would like to contribute to their initiative, can either stop by the Student Government Office or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Roark said that all emails would be documented.
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