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IUPUI News Students make parking hard for handicapped byJehaRaatey Student* at IUPUI are making a dtl hcuit altuatloo warn by cenUnut* to Igaora univanity regulation by paritag »a spaces raaarvad far uaa by baadkappad atudonta and staff, tayi Ma­ jor John OUbart ot tha ua!vanity

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coataa* that at many aa T or I can a day have bean towed from ouch tecattoaa. Tha importance ot maintaining tbaao apacoa for Um hambeappod waa atnaaoa by Don Wakafleid. director ot lUPUI'a Hambeappod Student Sorricoa, arhoa boaaid that the phyaicaliy

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Tom Woodward, IUPUI Band Dir actor, taid that aU inatrumonta ara naodad for tbo three phono program which will Include the boakotboil pop band, a jssi onoomblo, and a
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log. even though the songs are woven in a much more approachable style Al * voice makes alining seem so effortless, yet so much emotion is tied up within the lyrics it's eaay to aee

Dag and Batlcrtty, and butterflies drop dead from the iky dag's none and Nancy haa charming guitar grace of aptettered butterfly guta on the gnlhrori of your car. This album's a howl R U Ready 2 Rock? Good Blue Oyster Cult have kicked out the jama with another remarkable live art called Some Esc hailed Evealag (which follows strangely doae to their recent On Yarn Peel ar On Yarn Haem) that was made in lieu of any

non* of "The Reaper," "E.T.I.” and tee liaard king

technical advantages of tee studio, but what tee heck, I still wamm party with the Ciilt (just aa long aa they don’t invite tee guy on the cover .) Ned Young has returned with what could be his finest effort since • up in hte soap ami coL tect on his albums like dust His new Cemm a Time shows none of the moody phases that made Earns so hard to listen to, but instead reveals a lighthearted acoustic (almost com try) approach There's no real elec trie guitar on Comm a Time; nothing as powerful as "Hurricane" or "Bite the Bullet" Nicolette Larson provides some shaping background vocals that mix well with Nail's (purity voice, and out in tee instrument section Hope­ fully this album Is a new door beu* opened for Y ou*, but I think I'll love his musK no matter how he c doit

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of their latent reteaae says It all Never Say Die! Nine m ap of (hiving rock, hinting guitar hate from Tony lornml, stomach churning vacate from (tezy . all point to Me cenduaiaa Black Sabbath a still* potent and vm uncus musical force ami they’re still at chain Rock ’a' roll

Chicago’s running down Hot Streets these days, and they've finally taken a giant step out of their Ic^yenr nit Thte change manifested itself on Cht cago Eleven but probably grew (The gram ■ no

iaMSi) and have turned to a pop-rock sound with tern influence from the bora and more (ram the guitar there "Alive Again" is most likely b e i* played somewhere at this very mo ment Let’s hape for more of the same

'Girl Friends’ acclaimed worldwide by SJ. Casper Girt Friends. Claudia Weill’s first feature film, is a spirited and witty environment of New York City Exploring the irreplaceable but sometimes underestimated value of friendship. Girt Friends is the story of an aspiring young photographer and

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In December of last year tn a game against Athieteo in Action at the Granite City Clastic At that time, be received a blow to the head, caiuing a severe concussion Mike still suffers slight bearing and seeing difficulties as s result of that conclusion We will mws Mike tremendmwly." said Metro Head Coach Kirby Overman. He is an outstanding stu dent-athlete, and his physical ability and hU leadership talents are groat assets to our program We hope that be can recover from this injury and return to our team next year. "

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Career Development Program: “ Statement of Accounts," Personnel Division, 9:00 am, Nursing Building Octobers* Intramural: “ Cross-Country,” entry dead­ line Biochemistry Seminar: "H ydrogen-ex­ change Studies of Red Cell Membranes," W P BRYAN, 4 pm. Medical Science Build­ ing, Room B26 Theater Production: Anton Chekov’s "The Boor" and "The Marriage Proposal,” Mt. Vernon High School, 7 pm. October 21 Mt Debate Tournament, 8 am, Cavanaugh and Lecture Halls Continuing Education Program: "Goal Set­ ting Seminar,” fee 832, 9 am, Center for I Women Intramural: "Cross-Country," 3 Mile Starts October 22 Intramural: "F la g Football," league starts Children’s Theater: "Androcles and the Lion," 2 pm, Union Building


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by 8.J. Cooper Partin g at IU P U I has always been a hot topic of dicuaaion among faculty, staff and students As the university has grown, so has the controversy surrounding parting and the future, to some, loots as if It will get worse before it gets better But in assessing the situation and searching for solutions, many factors must be considered First, it must be realized that IU P U I is only one part of a much larger complex In effect. IU PU I is sharing this land and th erefore competing for parting spaces with hospitals, research centers, residence halls, maintenance organizations and aU the patients and visitors who utilize these facilities Even with the new parting garage near Riley Hospital for Children, the hospital area is still one of the moat congested in the complex It is also important to understand the logic behind how this hospital university complex is b e iig built As Robert I f Tirmenstein, assistant director of the Department of Parking Services, said, “ Those who have planned t^e univarsity wanted to avoid a ‘hunk of concrete' as is the c a te with many other city universities.’ ' Higher enrollment and staff growth have continued to aggravate those en volved with planning parking facilities In the past, facilities have been trying to keep a bread* with the expansion of the university But now, as Dr. Robert Bogan of the Parking Policy Committee has stated. "W e ’ ve reached an enrollment plateau We still need more parking, but we must m ove m ore c a re fu lly in our planning "

The fa ct that studants h a ve sta ggered classes helps tremendously I f all of IU P U I’ s students arrived at the same time, a huge traffic jam, the biggest the d ty has ever seen, would result Presently, the university is still expanding, and with each construction project,, more parking spaces a re lost The new B usinets/SPEA B uilding, the sidewalk renovation of M ichigan Street, a new ambulance entrance at Wiahard M em orial Hospital, and ram p construction behind the University Library have all taken away prime parting spaces. Also, 100 spaces will be lost between Limestone and Lansing Streets for construction of m arried student housing In all. approximately 000 spots will be lost this fall, according to Tirmenstein. To offset this lam, a gravel lot east of the K/T Building has been readied with a capacity of 560 spaces. Tirmenstein also reports that the new parting garage east of the Dental School and south of Michigan Street will be started next sp rii*. When the project begins, 000 spaces will be lost, but atfftl be replaced with 1100 when the garage is completed The facility is expected to take at least 11 months to complete As Tirmenstein said, "Th ere are all kinds of things to delay it (the garage's completion), but nothing will speed it up " The Parking Po licy Com m ittee meets once a month to grapple with these problems, and there are two openings on the committee for student representatives In the past. Bogan said, these positions were never filled.

but Mike Reardon, president of the student body, has promised this year will be different He has appointed Cathy R iggs ( A B p , a Student Assembly senator, and Dion Foulkes to represent student interest at the committee meetings Recently, a number of students w ere in terview ed about parking problems by G e m Jones, Anthony Heasion and Marsha Gutwein, who were conducting the project for their Speech Department class Although the sampling was small, some general conchiajoas srooe from the study Participants were asked to compare parking facilities with those of the past, and students responded IS to one that the situation is now worse than before When asked how long it took to find a parting spot, a big difference was noted between those students who arrive before 9 am and those who cam e later. Th e ea rly a rriv a ls reported finding a spot in lass than five minutes, while those coming later said it took between 10 and 30 minutes to And a place to part Students responded to the question of parking being equally divided between the different types of stickers with and overwhelming "n o ." Tbe main reason students gave for their negative response was the fact that faculty and staff lots are closer, and many stated that these lots are often times net being fully utilized As to the solutions to lU P U I’s parting problems, high-rise garages a re e v e ry o n e ’ s number one recommendation But these will take time to complete, and even when completed, it has not been decided if students will be allowed to use them

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