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    Poor walking habits plague East, a need for change

    By: Charlie Mascia and Sean Allen The lethargic lope of a unit of unfocused walkers is enough to infuriate even the most patient of commuters. The perennial issues of congestion, speed, and obstruction ought to be at the forefront of any student’s thoughts during the irksome moments between classes. A few solutions could ease the plague of walking problems. Beginning with congestion, any student looking to move from an upstairs Quad C classroom down to the realm of lower Quad B must leap into the shapeless mass which forms at the Quad C-B intersection. The difficulty of the traverse is most pronounced right at the start of a class change.…