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Photo by Caleb Revill / MTSU Sidelines A dozen student vehicles were relocated to parking lots after an unusual parking confusion on the first day of the spring 2018 semester at MTSU on Thursday. MTSU opened to a late start after two consecutive school closings on Tuesday and Wednesday. Many of the parking lots on campus …

Story by Emily Neal // Contributing Writer | Photo by John Connor Coulston / Sidelines Archive  According to an email from Parking Services, MTSU recently converted the Abernathy Lot from a green commuter parking lot to a red residential lot due to the higher volume of residents in Deere and Nicks Halls. Forbes’s list of …

Photo by John Connor Coulston/Sidelines Archive MTSU parking services announced last week that both parking garages on campus will be closed for maintenance starting Wednesday. The alert said that garages will close on July 20 and will reopen “when the work is completed.” “We do not have a date for reopening as many factors including …

Story by Taylor Ward // Staff Writer | Photo by John Connor Coulston // Managing Editor Finding parking at MTSU can be difficult enough, and then your first parking ticket brings you to a whole new level of headache and confusion. Just about everyone has questions about parking on campus. We did some research and have the answers …

The MTSU Student Government Association passed a bill at the Thursday, October 9 formal meeting to begin opening all campus parking lots to all parking passes on weekends and at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The resolution’s sponsor, Senator Katherine Barber, presented the idea with the hopes of erasing confusion among the MTSU community about which …

The designation of where students who commute may park on campus has changed this semester. Six lots near residence halls that had previously been designated as green are now designated for students living on campus, who are given red parking passes. “In previous semesters, only Womack, Scarlett, and The Row were reserved for residents,” said …