Zombie apocalypse. That’s right, zombies. They’re going to happen and you’re not prepared. Here are a few of the most important things to do before your impending doom lumbers toward you.
Every year some great new product comes out that leaves people camping in front of stores for days. Apple’s ipad debut had people in New York lining the streets and being congratulated by fellow purchasers for buying what is essentially a giant iphone that doesn’t make calls.
I joined The Chronicle this semester hoping to add a new feel to the sports section and help keep students more in tune with what the athletic program is doing. I feel as though I have done a fairly decent job of this, with only one exception...no one knows where to find the articles I, or any of my fellow writers, have spent so much time and effort to produce.
Thankfully, most of the students here at UAFS don’t require handicapped parking. For many others, though, me included, finding handicapped parking is a major problem. I have experienced and witnessed this problem almost every day I come to campus. I drive around to all the handicapped spaces and the spaces are always full. Occasionally, people will pull in the spaces waiting to pick up someone but that is rare. The campus police patrol the campus continuously so this doesn’t appear to be the real problem. The real problem is there is not enough handicapped parking available for those who need it.
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