Longboards: nuisance or necessity?
As classes wind down for the day at Belmont, a flurry of activity can be found on any sidewalk. Students walk back to their residences and teachers begin to leave campus. The quad is filled with the usual Frisbee throwers and readers as the bell tower strikes 6 o’clock. As if on cue, a group of students exits Thrailkill Hall and heads for 15th Avenue, each of them carrying a longboard. “Once all those parked cars are gone, 15th becomes the perfect place to board,” said Drew L