Junior Jerry Sanders left for class a couple minutes later than usual from his dorm in Roble, fully expecting to be late to lecture by at least a minute or two. To his surprise, he made it just as class was starting and didn’t miss a thing. Jerry was relieved, attributing his success to a tactical shift in gears on his bike. “Next time, I hope I’m as lucky,” he said, “I totally could have been three or four minutes late.”

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