WUSTL student discovers how to find good parking despite Presidential Security

Washington University St. Louis student Nick Loyal recently wrote an article about his experience at Washington University during the presidential debate. One of his major discoveries was the usefulness of riding a bicycle when the Secret Service has taken over your campus:
[D]ue to the importance of this event, security has been tightened across campus.

For a lowly freshman such as myself, this doesn't provide that much of an issue. I am not bothered by the extra security-for I can still park by Mallinckrodt, the A.C., and several other high profile campus buildings. Why is this, you ask? Because, my fellow students, the day they rope off the bike racks is the day the terrorists have finally won.