Hellacious hallways cause traffic jams

The hallways resemble the streets of New York. As a new student, I began school with an open mind, ready to be successful. When I stepped on campus, students warned me about tardy sweep. It bothered me that I may miss an entire class period for running a little late. But I wasn’t too worried because I knew that I would do everything in my power to get to class on time.

    This was before I encountered the hallways from hell. People form crowds, leaving no room for an eager student like me to pass on by. Some students walk through the hallways as if they have nowhere to go, and care very little about everyone around or behind them.

By my second week of school I got sick of the dreaded hallways and decided I needed to make a change. That’s when I discovered the staircases which get students to class much faster than main hallways. But people must always look out for the next obstacle or delay.

I’ll try my hardest to find something positive about walking from class to class. But as of now, I hate it. I fear moving to my next class after the sound of every bell.

When moving from class to class, ask not what our hallways can do for you, ask what you can do for your hallways. So the next time you end up in a crowded hallway, do all that you can to help clear the way so all of us can get to class.