Open Letter to Ignorant People in the Hallway

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Open Letter to Ignorant People in the Hallway

Caroline Bechtold (11) walks wrongfully on the left side of the stairwell.

Caroline Bechtold (11) walks wrongfully on the left side of the stairwell.

Isabella Ortiz Calzada

Caroline Bechtold (11) walks wrongfully on the left side of the stairwell.

Isabella Ortiz Calzada

Isabella Ortiz Calzada

Caroline Bechtold (11) walks wrongfully on the left side of the stairwell.

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Dear ignorant people walking on the wrong side of the stairwells,

Your rushing is in no way appreciated. Stairwells should be just as roads are, where people travel on the right side only. There is a very high possibility that someone could get hurt because of these actions that are simply done out of pure ignorance and selfishness. While walking up the stairs innocently on the way to class, one is often pushed over or tripped which causes injury. However much damage is inflicted on a fellow student, the problem still stands that school is a supposed safe place, yet the ignorance of some students is hurting others. Would it really kill a soul to walk on the right side of the stairwell? The separating railing was created for a reason, to prevent accidents and stress. The basic truth is that no more than three minutes could be lost on the way to class by awaiting stairwell traffic, and that is at the very maximum. The dangers are not only to those walking on the right side, that are then bumped into by the wrongfully walking people but also to those who choose to walk wrongfully. There is always the possibility of the rightful walker having more strength and then unintentionally hurting that wrongful walker.

There is a very easy solution to all of this: just walk on the right side. Is that easy enough? Do you think that is too difficult? Would it be reasonable enough to ask one to go that extra one-fourth of a mile for everyone’s well being?

Sincerely,

Someone who is tired of being pushed around

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