Friday, February 28, 2014

Alex Palazzo

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Ryan Ottone

The amount of construction on campus makes it difficult sometimes to navigate while searching for parking. Roads are closed and/or blocked, as well as much needed parking spaces closed off. 
     When you do finally make it to the parking areas they are usually filled to the maximum capacity.  This forces students to use the road side parking that is provided which can be dangerous and cause backups in traffic when individuals are attempting (numerous times) to parallel park.

Jennifer Kosteer

This one parking spot is going to mean alot to that one student that needs it because they are almost late for class. Unfortunately this spot is under construction.

Ryan Ottone

The accommodations for parking for the handicapped are vast.  There are numerous spots in every parking lot.  It is great that Rhode Island College provides such a great amount of parking access but these area's are often empty even during peak hours.

Jennifer Kosteer

Roaderies can be a huge pain. Nobody letting you go and when that happens nobody is happy.

Shifty Mansolillo

RIC Police are keeping a vigilante eye in a RIC student parking lot for safety and security against any shanigans or danger.


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Ryan Ottone

The emergency box's provide a sense of security and comfort to students on campus. They can be found all over campus; on buildings, walk ways and most of all in the parking lots.

Jennifer Kosteer

I know the hamdicapped have a right to be parked close to a building but when they aren't used ever, they should be open to anyone.

Shifty Mansolillo

Commuter students who need to go home after classes might find themselves stuck, in a snowy situation..

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Shifty Mansolillo

Parking for those that need some electrical charging


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Kendra Walker

Rhode Island College has labeled parking lots. This is a student parking lot sign so not anyone can park here. Also the blue emergency buttons help make us feel safe.

Estephanie Cruz

Haddicap parking is empty as usual and all the other parking spaces are occupied. There should be less handicap parking a since we don't have many handicap students.

Natasia Navarro


There so my parking spaces taken In this college that I have to wait a long time just for one to be available.



Categorizing the colleges parking lots helps students and faculty find parking easily, but no one's guaranteed a parking right away.



Handicapped parking is meant to be used and it is not even being used, it takes up a lot of space especially in a college where there's a lot of students and faculty.


Estephanie cruz

Many people tend to park wrong /not allowing others to park beside them

Danielle Granata


Of course this is put in student parking instead of faculty parking! 

Kendra Walker

Student parking lots are always full. Most of our time is spent driving around waiting for someone to leave, praying we will not be late for class.

Danielle Granata


Students at RIC have to park along the street because there are not enough parking spots!

Kendra Walker

In a student parking lot there is a pot hole in a parking space preventing students from being able to use that parking spot.

Estephanie Cruz

As you may see the parking lots at Ric are full and people just wonder in their cars hoping someone leaves so they won't be late to theirclasses 

Danielle Granata



Well at least the faculty at RIC can find a parking spot with no problem...

Estephanie Cruz

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Ryan Ottone

Stuck in traffic in the middle of a storm. Class was not cancelled. So here I am trying to get home to go to work. It took me 1 hour and 53 minutes to travel what normally takes me 15 to 20.

Ryan Ottone

Driving home from class. Roads not touched by plows. A slippery dangerous ride.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Sunday, February 23, 2014

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