OK, here I am, 25 minutes late for my 50-minute class. Why? Because I spent 25 minutes waiting at the last Campus Connector stop on the St. Paul campus, watching capacity-filled buses pass by without making a stop and near-empty, limited-stop buses happily stroll by. I really want to know why we, the “last-stoppers,” have to jam in already-full buses (when lucky enough to get one), while those limited-stop buses don’t have any other stops until the Minneapolis campus parking lots. And why does the University’s Parking and Transportation Services Web site state that a bus stops there every five minutes, if in reality it is more like half an hour (at least when counting buses that one can ride, not those that pass by)?