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It’s rare to see anyone on college campuses – especially students – demanding to hear opinions that differ from their own these days. But at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, the student government recently passed a series of resolutions aimed at bolstering “viewpoint and intellectual diversity.”

Comment: A ray of hope! And it was initiated by students. Smarter than the faculty perhaps.

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Sounds good on paper. The real test will be the grades of students, therein lies the position of power. Conservative students need to decide ebery day if they are going to simply mimic back what a teacher wants to hear in order to get the grade. The grade is what really matters, it may not be worth the hassles to fail the class. College is very expensive to play around and flunk classes over global warming, immigration, etc. It’s best to keep your opinion personal and just get the grade at these prices.