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Dario Walnock

Zimmerman's argument makes perfect sense. Students should not be sheltered on campus, but rather challenged mentally regardless of the topic. School is designed to push the student to become the brightest thinker possible. Not to mention, schools can not shelter students forever. Someday the students will wake up and become apart of the cruel "real-world," wishing schools were not so sheltered.

Kasey King

In a world of everyone being offended by every small details and it does hurt the students that want to learn and want to be challenge, then themselves get distracted and get caught up in these things,they forget about their education.

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