Imagine this situation: You woke up late, got caught in the jam, and you only have 20 minutes left to enter the exam hall. You reach college with 3 minutes and counting, but your class is on the 9th floor. You rush to the elevator and make it just before it closes. You squeeze in and sigh in relief……but then you see that someone has pressed the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors on the elevator and your heart falls to your stomach..
Now, you’re standing outside the exam hall and you can’t get in because you were just ONE minute late.
We’ve all had cases where we want to pummel people who use the elevator for lower floors. Sure, exceptions can always be made for those with disabilities or injuries. However, what excuse does those with perfectly healthy and functional bodies have?! Laziness?!
Honestly, colleges should lock elevator access to certain floors unless a special keycard is used. This will cause elevators to be less crammed, make elevator trips faster, and encourage exercise among the youth of today (honestly, why pay for a gym membership when you can get free leg exercise every day in college? ).
Well, this is just the opinion of one annoyed student. What do you guys think?