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Changes coming for parking services; Title IX stays the same

Concerns were cleared up about Title IX in front of graduate student senators during their meeting, and a parking services representative also came before them to get some feedback.

Here were the main points of the Oct. 13 meeting:

Title IX

  • Title IX hasn’t changed, University Title IX Coordinator Faith DeNardo said. Interpreting the law, however, can be tricky, since the U.S. Department of Education came out Sept. 22 with new guidelines about how to follow the law.
  • “We’re continuing with our preponderance of the evidence standard,” DeNardo said. Only one public university, she said, has switched to the stricter standard, clear and convincing, and it’s Harvard.

Parking Services

  • Since the University parking services switched to license plate registration instead of permits for campus parking, they are now able to utilize data analysis with their license plate scanners.
  • As for how that data is going to be used, University officials are not quite sure yet. “We have to pinpoint how we want to use or capture this data,” parking services Interim Director Jeremy VanTrees said. Advising students when certain parking lots are usually full is one of their ideas, he said.
  • Complaints about Greek students cheating the system also came up. A senator said Greek students were registering other students’ vehicles so their friends did not have to park in Lot 12. VanTrees said he would look into it.
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