Questions for Discussion & Writing, pg. 59, Question #2.

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Ashlyn Shupe Critical Reading & Thinking September 21, 2010 A problem that confronts students in my college would be cross walks. Student’s that do not have a close parking spot have to walk a good bit to there car. Crossing from school to the back lots have no cross walk. Many of the younger student’s aren’t very safe drivers and make it unsafe for some students to cross. Many stand and wait for a good time to cross, but there are some problems with speeding threw the lots. Its
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Unformatted text preview: dangerous for students to have to walk without a crosswalk and have the possibility of getting injured from a driver. It’s not that many student’s have trouble, it’s just the danger there really is when you cross a busy lot, with classes letting out. The school should enforce a safe driving speed and make more crosswalks for students to have a safer trip to there car....
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