This article about the fate of SafeRide was pretty interesting. Firstly, they’re just now realizing that it’s “ineffective, unorganized and is rarely if at all used by the student body”? DUH. I never even used it and I could’ve told them that. I think the accidents on Edison point out, though, that something needs to be done about students walking back to campus from the bars. And I don’t like the attitude some administrators are taking, like Father Paul Doyle, rector of Dillon: “It’s some kind of enticement to be irresponsible and not have to worry about how you’re getting home — I don’t think that’s productive to growing up.” “Productive to growing up?” How about getting hit by a car? That’s not really “productive for growing up” either, is it? Sheesh.