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  1. CTLM Planters

    The planters in the ctlm foyer are gross and an eyesore. I would like to see them at least cleaned or removed, but it would be nice to have actual plants in there. I don't know what the original intention was with them but they do not seem to be serving the same purpose they once did. The space is really nice with big windows, beautiful art pieces and interesting architecture, but I feel like the planters just bring down the entire vibe.

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  2. Water Bottle Filling Stations

    There is a lack of water bottle filling stations, especially in Alderson Hall. Adding new stations (fountain and bottle filler) would make using a water bottle much easier. Even just transitioning water fountains (like the one near the east stairs in CTLM) to fountain/filler hybrids would be helpful.

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  3. Library Study Rooms

    In the last year, the library study rooms have been booked 5,789 times. This does not include walk-ins. For those reservations, students spend an average of two hours in the rooms each session. Students reserve study rooms to independently study, have job interviews, attend virtual classes and webinars, meet with groups, and even host TA office hours.

    Despite playing such an important role for students, the study rooms haven’t been updated in decades. Seeing as the graduate student government, working alongside the library, was able to remodel the study rooms on the third floor a few years ago, I think…

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  4. Free Speech Policy

    Political tabling in the plaza is creating an unsafe space for students. This type of tabling is creating harassment toward others that walk by. Although it is a Free Speech area we do not need to be condemned by pictures and other various visuals. This does not bewilder their tables, however, it is a movement on various social media platforms that have been proven to be a positive outcome for both sides. Post of this nature is censored to protect users from visuals that can disturb or trigger them. You should not allow people who pay to go here to…

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  5. General Beef

    My beef is as follows: This school ******* sucks. You boast a high average starting salary only because its a STEM school, of course the average is going to be higher than a school with liberal arts degrees. You boast high job placement rate for the exact same reason. If I graduated from Boulder, I would also get a good first job, and after that first job, it doesn't matter where you went to school, only industry experience. Meanwhile, the quality of life on this campus is dogshit. The campus and Golden are dead by 9pm, everyone is just studying…

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  6. Graffit Memorial

    Not my original idea, but I believe we should erect a statue of K-9 Officer Graffit on campus. He lost his life protecting our community was overall a very good doggo.

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  7. Computers around campus

    I've noticed that there are multiple computers facing service issues. Literally before my lab on tuesday I have to restart computers in marquez due to not being connected to the network. In the library there are multiple computers that people avoid due to there being problems of connectivity, either it doesnt connect with the display or the accesories (keyboard, mouse) do not work.

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  8. I am another person with a beef about parking. I drove around literally 40 minutes today looking in several lots, not one space available.

    When I started at Mines, Freshman were not allowed to have vehicles on campus. Restrictions were lifted with COVID, but were they ever put back in place? If there are more parking permits issued than spots available, then the number should be capped to align with the spots.
    They just closed lot I to build a parking garage, which is great. What is not good is that they list a bunch of temporary parking that does not exist yet. Don’t close a lot before creating equivalent parking while it is closed.

    13 votes
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  9. Coors Breakout 281 is always very hot.

    The breakout rooms in the south corner of the Coors building are always extremely hot, even in the winter, with the heaters by the windows always running. I believe that the thermostat defaults to something around 80 degrees, and often times manually setting the thermostat to something reasonable gets canceled after a few minutes. Is it possible for this to be fixed?

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  10. Mines needs to better parking or lower the cost or lower parking costs and they need to add security

    Parking sucks at mines, I’m paying over 300 dollars for a parking spot and the parking sucks. Not only that the AA lot is sketchy there should be a fence and some cameras as a woman I do not feel safe walking there alone and I don’t like parking me car there

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  11. Alderson Elevator

    Someone really needs to fix the elevator in Alderson hall. It's been broken all semester and I don't think its okay that disabled and injured students are forced to climb multiple flights of stairs so get to class

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  12. Mines Market forcing students to use munch money over Thanksgiving break

    Can Mines please not force the people not traveling during Thanksgiving break and wishing to get food from Mines Market to use munch money? This should be meal exchanges, not munch money.

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  13. Motion Lab New + Reduced Hours

    I would like to discuss the idea of re-implementing the 8-11 hours for the motion lab below spruce

    It seems a common sentiment that the current athletic facilities are often at capacity (Which is something I have personally seen myself)

    However, one thing being done about it was the opening of the motion lab to offer more space to exercise and work out

    However, with the change to the hours of motion lab, the problem has been made worse for the period of time in which many students (including myself) like to work out

    I will however, acknowledge that I…

    8 votes
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  14. Update the Software Infrastructure at Mines

    There are too many students on campus for the absolutely abysmal connectivity issues at Mines. Isengard crashes almost every day at 2 pm because the servers are overloaded. 90 percent of the time I have to rely on using data because the wifi goes down. If Mines is going to insist on admitting the ludicrous number of students it has (which honestly is a problem in it of itself) then they need to prioritize updating the outdated software and connection infrastructure. Students should be assured of having consistent connection to the internet at an ENGINEERING school

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  15. More cameras

    If Golden is known for having such a high theft problem then why in god's name isn't their more cameras on Campus where there are bike racks. I had my bike stolen last week and it's probably long gone and since their aren't any cameras so theirs no way of catching the ******* that stole it. Seriously it's ******* ridiculous that I pay $60,000 for tuition and y'all can't hire someone to install some more ******* cameras.

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  16. Charge for electricity instead of time at the EV stations

    Right now all of the EV chargers on campus cost $1 per hour regardless of how much electricity is consumed. This is a complete ripoff because the actual cost of electricity is only $0.10-$0.15 cents per kWh.

    For example, the battery in my PHEV has a 10kWh capacity, and it charges at 3.3 kW per hour, so if the stations billed by kWh, that would come to $0.50 per hour for a total of $1.50 for the 3 hours needed to fully recharge. But under the current system of $1/hour, the cost is double what it should be: in my…

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  17. Computers in Arthur lakes need to be fixed

    There are multiple computers down at the library, I've counted 4 and there are many students that come to use computers here only to be turned away due to the ones that seem to be available are the ones that are down. This needs to be fixed as there will be more orediggers in the library once midterms get in full swing

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  18. There’s no free (non-meal swap) food after 8:30 on campus!

    As somebody who enjoys a late, post-gym meal sometime around 9ish I’ve been very disappointed by the lack of available food options at night. With the switch to Zime, Mines is limiting students to 3 meals after 8:30 a week. This is unacceptable for us who like to eat late for any number of reasons. Bring back non-meal exchange food at night!

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  19. There is not enough space on Campus

    This campus has been too small for the undergraduate class since I came to Mines in 2020. The gym is too small and you will spend much more time waiting for machines and weights to free up than actually working out. I live 5 minutes off campus and yet if I don't leave 30+ minutes early I will be late for class because I have to drive across the entire campus looking for a single open parking spot. There are multiple restaurants on campus that have just been closed since my Freshman year with no reasons given causing lines and…

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  20. (3/4) doors locked

    Why is it that most external doors on campus are locked from the outside. I assume its for a security concern, but when there is 4 doors into a building in a single location and only one of them opens from the outside, it is really frustrating.
    In general most of the doors suck, they are heavy, close very quickly, don't have a good range of motion, and have a center bar in them that prevents about 1/3 of all foot traffic.
    Solution:
    unlock all external doors for traffic from both outside and inside.

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