Ah, the LTC. Despite the mistakes it will not stop making, it is an off-campus Western student’s primary method of transportation to campus. Have you ever stopped to imagine… what if the campus bus lines were students? No? We did:
2: The 2 is your flaky friend. They’re either a huge overachiever or they’re still in bed at 7:55 when you’ve agreed to meet at 8.
102: The 2’s kid brother who is somehow better looking, more friendly, and more popular—and the 2 is kind of upset about it.
6: The 6 is that dude that’s at every party and knows everyone. They’re probably giving you lukewarm Coors Light out of a keg at a party that’s way too crowded… they were cool once, but there are some other parties and friends you’d rather see way more.
106: The 106 is the dudebro that’s always a good time. They party hard, but they take the time to study as well and are generally dependable, reliable, and get you where you need to go.
13: The 13 is that busy friend you never see because they take on WAY too much. They’re a soph, they have a job, they’re execs for three different clubs. You wish they’d lighten the load a little because it seems to be taking a toll on them.
33: You’re pretty sure they’re in your program because they seem to be in all your classes, but you somehow don’t remember their name. They probably wear a nice cardigan that they knitted themselves, and spend most of their time at the library. Overall a chill person.
1: The 1 is that kid you kind of know from class who is either half an hour early or an hour late, but is really smart so you always sit together. They’re the nicest person you know, but when they don’t show up for your group presentation you wonder why you ever relied on them in the first place.
29: That person you’ve never seen but people seem to mention them a lot. You don’t know what program or year they’re in, and their Instagram account is private, so you don’t even know what they look like, either.
10: Your Hufflepuff friend. They’re versatile, good finders, and always try their best.