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Harrington College of Design - Student Lockers

29 Signatures Goal: 100

We the students of Harrington College of Design, petition the school for lockers on the third, fourth and fifth floors. As most of the students commute to school and do not live close, we must bring all equipment and supplies with us. This means that if a student has two or three class during a day they must carry everything with them the whole day and we the students, should have a place to put our belongings between classes, or so that we may run and grab something to eat without having to carry all of the equipment with us. It would not only help the students that have to bring all of their supplies, but it would also help medically. Some of this equipment is heavy and cumbersome and to haul it around all day without relief is not good for students.


We know that the school does not want lockers because of the aesthetics of having lockers; however, we the students feel that since our school is "Design" based that the students could come up with a design that would make the lockers not appear as lockers.

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    Jennifer C. Echols United States
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    olivia lott United States
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    Laura Weber United States
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    Katie Williams United States
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    Mary Herrera United States
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    Beth United States
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    olivia lott United States
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    Hollywood Armstrong United States
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    Alyssa Nelson United States
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    antwon Whitlock United States
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    jc ciolli United States
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    vanessa Fernandez United States
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    Charmaine Marchesi United States
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    Shannon Joyner United States
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    Sandy United States
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