Construction done during wrong time of year


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State Hornet Staff

Currently on campus, there are multiple construction sites that may bring challenges to students.

There is the building of a new residential hall on Parking Lot 2 that has taken away a number of parking spaces, which are needed for a commuter campus. Additionally, renovations of the new Dining Hall are interfering with students’ dining experience.

Students have questioned whether they are getting their money’s worth because of a lack of resources available to them with the renovations taking place.

The best time to do these renovations may not be during the academic year, and the campus may be better served if the bulk of the remodeling were done at less inconvenient times, such as summer or winter breaks.

Doing the construction over the breaks would be beneficial to students living both on and off campus by providing resources for food and parking.