It started out as a typical day until Freshmen Emma Wool was told a health education speaker was visiting campus at 10:05.
On her way to the speaker, Wool was stopped by a faculty member.
“We had a quick conversation, but it made me late to the health speaker. When I entered the Rodgers Room, there was only one chair left,” Wool said, cringing.
Wool had to sit right in the middle of the classroom next to two acquaintances.