We’ve all been there.


Sit in the back if you're late, please.

With Morgantown traffic, PRT problems, lack of parking and hangovers, we’ve all had good excuses for being late to class.

But, when you’re late for class, you should sit in the back, not look for a seat in the middle of an aisle, walking over feet and bookbags while mumbling “sorry” and “excuse me.”

Do you really need that seat? Is it so important to you that you’re OK with distracting the majority of the class and making sitting students shift uncomfortably to make room for your stumble to get to your desired throne, which is the same as the easier-to-reach seats in the back?