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Dear, Western Washington Campus Police If these bricks could talk Red Square is absolutely beautiful. It is an enjoyable place that I go to work on homework or just enjoy the company of many diverse groups of people with the comfort of the fountain or tables that line the outer edge. I always think of a quote by Kelly Miller walking through red square that says, “ I see that the path of progress has never taken a straight line, but has always been a zigzag course amid the conflicting forces of right and wrong, truth and error, justice and injustice, cruelty and mercy.” I think it is fitting because Red Square is somewhere that has zig zag paths painted on and you never really know what your path will look like. Each and everyday there is a new pattern whether it is,dodging a new face or even taking a new route from your original. There is a purpose for everything and how it plays a role, although it seems so wonderful there is still a hidden problem that exists in the Square. The hidden problem is those of the bikes and I connect this within the quote as being one of those “conflicting” forces that can disrupt someone who is walking. Our concerns as Western Students
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While walking through in between classes there is usually a large number of people walking moving at relatively the same pace with very little space left between each person.The problem that occurs is with people transporting with a bike or skateboard. They are one of the factors that can cause an issue and mainly be a safety hazard. This has happened because over the years people have become accustomed to it, I think about that old saying “monkey see, monkey do, but worse”. people have gradually begun to to use their bikes which
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