The New York Times Tunnel Vision article for April 30 featured Rebecca Hunter ’92. Titled “Don't Get Up. She's Only Riding for 2,” the article described a recent impromptu investigation that has found there is still at least one thing most New Yorkers will not give to anyone, even in the post-September 11 renaissance of compassion: a seat on a crowded subway train. Hunter is a Brooklynite, professional woman and proud subway rider who also happens to be seven months pregnant. Over the last weeks, Hunter has made her own accounting of subway politeness, complete with percentages. A quarter of the time, someone gives her a seat. A quarter of the time, she gets a seat through dumb luck or “through my own cunning.” Half the time, there are no seats and no offers.