Students, once forced to smoke on the corner of busy intersections just off campus, are now required to stand directly in traffic.
Nicholls, being a smoke-free zone, not only promotes health and wellness but aims to educate smokers about the dangers of cigarettes. Since the effects of smoking are not immediately felt, Nicholls decided to speed up the dangers by having their students stand in the path of oncoming vehicles.
As a result of this policy, smoking has already caused three fatalities, nineteen concussions, and fifteen broken windshields. Tobacco use around campus has dramatically plummeted as students have quickly learned that smoking can be hazardous to one’s health.