Parking

By: Judith Valentín

This is the parking lot of the Mayaguez Campus designed for students of third year onwards. This there is insufficient capacity for the number of students with parking permits. Students can spend hours looking for parking.

Maintenance

By: Judith Valentín

The Puerto Rico Olympic Committee claims the Mayagüez Campus Complex Natatorium rights, because they have economic funds for maintenance, which does not have the university by budget cuts. If the committee not acquire the power of the pools do not collaborate.

Rain N’ Dogs

By Diego Sebastian Rodriguez

In the Mayaguez Campus of the UPR everyone is always busy and stressed, rushing from one place to the other to go to study, to eat, to class, etc. However, among all this chaos one should appreciate the little things. For example: a care-free dog sleeping all day in front of the library; a sight that's sure to make one remember the simple enjoyable things if only we takes the time to observe.

 



Pelted by rain daily for little more than a week, students and faculty members from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus, are starting to see the effect or toll it takes on their surroundings. Puddles like this one surround the entire campus as do other "side effects" of the heavy rain.

Peaceful Student Protests

By Lua Harmsen

University of Puerto Rico students continue to protest the up-coming "stabilization fee" through peaceful protests and marches. Using the arts, they argue that the fee proposed to save the university from financial crisis, will only prohibit lower income students from participating in higher education. University of Puerto Rico students continue to protest the up-coming “stabilization fee” through peaceful protests and marches. Using the arts, they argue that the fee proposed to save the university from financial crisis, will only prohibit lower income students from participating in higher education.

Warning

By Shari J. Ortiz

On October 2010, our main parking lot got flooded and many cars were damaged. The administration states they are not responsible for any damages and that we use the area at our own risk.

Vandalism

By  Shari J. Ortiz

 

For some vandalism is the new style of expression. It has invaded almost every building on campus. Student do not respect or appreciate our resources. Is our property and part of our education; all students have the responsibility to protect it.

 

Parking and Rain Issues

By: Zuleyka Mendez

 

On October 6, 2010 massive rain fells causing the UPRM main student parking lot got flooded. People can't get to their cars because all the water and mud. Some cars also got damage.

 

Parking Issues!

By: Zuleyka Mendez

 

This is the main student parking lot.It have insufficient parking for so many students. Students spend hours to find parking. This a critical situation.

 

When the parking at the Zoo seems to be far

By: Lizdály Rosario Ortiz

In times of recession in the University is unlikely that the issue of parking is a priority for the administration. Meanwhile, students are forced to park their vehicles in places where is forbidden to risk receiving a ticket for it.

Access to a Computer? Not Today!

By: Lizdály Rosario Ortiz

 

 

The night of October 4, the computer center of the ADEM building was closed. This turned out to be a drawback, since students left without access to computers and internet service.

 

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