Argument: BYU should provide a shuttle that carries students from Y parking lots to campus.
Reason: It would make it a lot easier to get to class.
Claims: Students wouldn't have to walk 15-20 minutes just to get to class.
Claims: Students who drive could leave for school at sensible times.
Claims: Truancy and Tardiness would decrease.
Assumption: Students would be more willing to go to class if it was made easier.
Argument: Having a two-day class choice period for BYU freshman is unfair.
Reasons: Students can not get into classes they really need.
Claims: Those students who are allowed to pick on the first choice day fill up most of the classes.
Claims: Adding and Dropping classes would be a lot less complicated the first day of school.
Claims: All students pay the same tuition and should be provided the same opportunities.
Assumption: Class choice should be set up in a way that allows first day "pickers" to fill up a half of the class, leaving the second half for the second day "pickers". (does that make sense ?)
Argument: BYU should still require HEPE as a general course.
Reason: Most Students wouldn't put forth the effort of excersize unless it was manditory.
Claims: HEPE allows students a chance to excersize
Claims: After making it a habit in class, students would continue to excersize after that class was finished
Assumption: By making HEPE required, BYU students would develop healthy habits.