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Written by John Kloosterman
Parking spots are numerous and relatively close to dorm rooms. When students moan about parking in the back row of "Siberia," they rarely have even a 10-minute walk back to their dorms-inconvenient, but not impossible. The gravel lots, nicknamed "Siberia" and "Purgatory," have ample spots for student vehicles.
Favorite gripes are the $125 parking permit fee and poor parking-lot maintenance. During the icy months, Grovers might find themselves wishing for thick boots and a sturdy shovel. Best times to catch a good parking spot are early Friday evenings or Sunday mornings, when much of the campus is at church.
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