That's what he said

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

“I would say that I’m fairly up to date on what’s going on in Rwanda and global conflicts like that. I do think it’s important for students to have an opinion on those things and to be well educated. Especially at a university where dialogue is promoted, it is important to have a knowledgeable opinion on it so that you’re not misinformed and saying things that you regret later.”
" George Butler
BMOS III

“I don’t think it’s very important for students to follow world issues.”
" Yifei Wang
MOS III

“I think that when I’m working I would be more likely to stay informed and read the newspaper every morning instead of schoolbooks. [It’s hard to stay up-to-date with international issues] if you’re not taking classes on it.”
" Jenn Proctor
Health Sciences III

“We’re coming here to be educated and if you’re educated you should know what’s going on not just in the university community but around the world. I think that we can all get along better if everyone knows what’s going on.”
" Samantha Saglimbeni
Arts & Humanities II

“[Students] should know about things that are happening other than the stuff that goes around campus.”
" Talia Hart
MIT I

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