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No, college is meant to challenge students thoughts and opinions so they are prepared for real life
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Only in severe cases when the student has some serious psychological trauma - none of this needing a space because their "Anxiety" doesn't allow them to speak in front of a class. That's life - they'll have to get used to it... 2 years ago from a Democrat in Lubec, ME
An essential component of the a rich learning experience is being forced to confront controversial perspectives. The academy enables young minds to learn to recognize vulgarity clearly and manage it effectively. This should not be carried too far. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Chicago, IL
You can't just leave the room because you don't agree, everyone has it's own opinion and they need to be heard and respect, we live in a society, you cannot walk away from things you don't agree. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Wilmington, NC