Miami’s parking ticket fines excessively high

As a first year, I was using my dad’s car on campus for the weekend and parked it in a lot behind Anderson Hall. I thought to myself – this lot hardly ever has cars in it, what’s the worst that can happen? The next day, I noticed a parking ticket on my windshield. I kicked myself for being careless, admitted I was wrong and agreed it was right to pay the fine. What I did not think was right was the price of the fine.

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To the Editor | Removal of political extremism is critical for country

       While political differences are a constant and even valuable part of civic life, political extremism is an increasing and dangerous trend.  Such extremism exists on both the left (e.g., Antifa-related violence at protests, attempts to prevent speakers such as Ann Coulter and Milo Yiannopoulos from talking on college campuses) and the right (e.g., the killing of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, voter suppression).  This increased polarization is harmful as it divides our communities and makes it very difficult, if not impossible, to negotiate and solve our nation’s challenges.

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