December 3rd, 2005

dancing by the lake in the woods

Some Clarification

from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. M-F
and Sat. noon - Mon 6 a.m.

Parking is complimentary when gatehouses are closed with the exception of E1 where there is no overnight parking and any campus lots that have signs that restrict the lot's use at "all times on all days" to particular permit holders.


So is this *definitely* true? I have a history of receiving false information from the parking services staff (in person and via e-mail), so I question the validity of this statement. I just wanted to ask those with actual experience with parking in the permit required parking areas on the weekends, if this is fact...

Also, that particular page is the only one on the entire site that I've seen with that information (copied above). (Makes me wonder if this policy only *used* to exist at some point, but perhaps no longer does).

Thanks. (BTW, the reason I need to park is to attend the AIDS charity ball tomorrow evening at the HUB. I plan to park in the lot in front of McMahon).
  • ariata

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There's 2 - 4 inches here in kirkland; I assume it snowed on campus?

And: did the myuw site die? I can't open it...

Edit: Hah. I found the cams; looks like it's raining for y'alls. :D
VW bunny

scary scam

Hey guys, I don't know about you but I get like ridiculous amounts of scam attempts in my webpine but a recent one takes the cake as far as looking real.

First it is a letter from "Bank of America" ( - already that's a far cry above the eBay scam emails I get that come from like, or whatever) telling me that my online banking account is frozen because there were too many failed attempts to log in. Then it says like "Need up to the minute account information? Sign in" and the link goes here. Okay, the address at the top is a giveaway but a lot of people wouldn't notice that - even the links to the right go to the real pages at the BoA website.

I had to mention this. I was tipped off immediately cuz I don't even bank at BoA (lol) but I was amazed and I pictured people like my parents (some of the most un-internet savvy people to ever use the internet) totally falling for this.

So, if anyone gets this, beware! And, if anyone knows who made it, tell them I said solid attempt!

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