CSU student finds parking spot

Stuart Smith

Pulling up to the library parking lot, CSU senior business major Chris Money was ecstatic to find a parking spot.

“I was ecstatic,” Money said. “Never has this ever happened to me before. No matter what building I go to, I always have to circle the parking lot at least five times to find a spot.”


Money’s girlfriend, Erin Johnson, a junior majoring in underwater basketweaving, was sitting in the passenger seat and equally as surprised.

“This was just a stunning turn of events,” she said. “I was flabbergasted.”

Johnson said that this was an experience she never expected to have.

“Even during my freshman year, when I would come home late at night, around midnight, I would have to drive around to four different lots before finding a spot,” she said.

The Collegian thoroughly looked through CSU’s parking records, and discovered that this was the first time in recorded history that anyone quickly found parking upon arrival on campus.

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