January 26, 2011 (published) / January 9, 2013 (posted here)
During my time as both student and part-time IT staff member at Fisher, I got a unique perspective on how the "customers" (students), who pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to go to the school, often got stuck with more little things like parking tickets than those whose salaries those tuitions paid -- particularly those with the highest salaries. (Dr. Donald Bain was president of the school at the time.)
It's worth noting that, at least at the time, finding parking was a constant problem for Fisher students, especially commuters, but parking on the grass to get to your expensive class on time still got you a thankless parking ticket. One of those funny little injustices of life.