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Among the fun things about coming to campus after a break from school is noticing all the changes which have happened. This session, one of the clearest changes from the campus appearance is that the accession to smoke-free zones characterized by their blue boundaries. The question to first entered my head was, so why? On paper it certainly seems like a very good idea. Installing smoke-free zones in front of the doorways of buildings would enable the non-smoking public relief out of walking through a cloud of smoke each time they wished to visit class. Second-hand smoke is defeated and everybody is happy, right? The fact is, painted lines on the floor do not actually do anything to stop smoking from wafting its way from any door. Only last week I was walking into a building and handed someone smoking by an entry way that lacked a smoke-free zone. The amount of time that it required me to say hello to him while entering was long enough to the odor of smoke to operate it's way to the building. As I walked down the hallway an especially annoyed staff member stormed into the hallway ques...