[TriLUG] Security and Liberty Forum - April 14 at UNC
mgmonza at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 14:43:58 EDT 2007
Hogwarts, is it? Thanks for the map and the warning. Both will make it
a lot easier to find (unless they've moved it again.)
Paul Jones wrote:
> Chapman is a brand new building east of Sitterson, south of Phillips, west
> of Carroll and north of Venerable. once there was a parking lot; now there
> is Chapman. UNC maps lag construction...
> On Tue, 10 Apr 2007, Chris Calloway wrote:
> +Carl Crider wrote:
> +> Here ya go.
> +> http://www.maps.unc.edu/UNCimap.asp
> +> Max C. Chapman Jr. Hall, off Columbia Street Behind Carroll Hall, across
> +> from Venable Hall
> +That just goes to the fairly useless interactive map.
> +Chapman Hall is so new, it's not listed. It doesn't turn up on the "searchable"
> +map, either.
> +It's still called "Phillips Hall Addition" on most current maps:
> +Don't plan on getting to it "across from Venable Hall." Venable is under
> +demolition and the space between Venable and Chapman is fenced off as well as
> +the areas around it. The entrance to Chapman from the Venable side is also
> +fenced off.
> +Chapman Hall is hard to get to if you don't know where you are going. It's not
> +on a street. It's behind Phillips Hall, which is on Cameron Avenue. It's also
> +behind Sitterson Hall, which is on South Columbia in the one way north zone.
> +Don't park around either of those buildings if you expect to find your car
> +Parking for Chapman Hall is hard. The instructions mention Hanes Lot, which is
> +not public. Swain Lot across from Phillips has pay parking, but is mostly now
> +torn up for construction and is subject to special use permitting without much
> +notice. I tried to park there last weekend and it was blocked off for
> +handicapped use only. There were temporary construction zone only signs up this
> +week. Parking rules change almost daily around campus and weekends are
> +particularly volatile.
> +Your best bet will be parking in the municipal lots and garages on Rosemary
> +Street, particularly the one on the north side of Rosemary. It's the least
> +expensive of the four municipal options and is less expensive than Swain lot
> +when there is an attendant at Swain. Some Saturdays, the garage on the north
> +side of Rosemary has no attendant and can be completely free. Just depends on
> +"the weather" so to speak. Otherwise it's $6/day, no pass outs.
> +Once you get to Chapman, it's worth the trip. It's a really nice new building.
> +However, bring your own drinking water. The fountains in the building are
> +currently shut off by OWASA due to some as yet unknown contamination problem.
> +You can wash your hands in the rest rooms, but the water leaves some kind of
> +gritty film on your hands. You can see small chunks of something that looks
> +like concrete pebbles in the bottoms of the toilets. We can't find anyone who
> +will tell us what's wrong or when it might be fixed.
> Paul Jones
> "Work as if you live in the early days of a better nation." Alasdair Gray
> pjones at ibiblio.org voice: (919) 962-7600 fax: (919) 962-8071
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