The Hartford Courant has this
Should college students be challenged by new and unfamiliar ideas, even if those ideas offend them or make them feel uncomfortable? An incident that occurred last fall at Central Connecticut State University suggests that the answer, as far as campus administrators are concerned, is no — that the comfort level of students matters more than their education.
In October 2008, students in a class in the department of communication at Central were asked to select a topic covered by the mainstream media and discuss it in class. Students were free to express their opinions on the topic they selected. At least that is what they thought they were allowed to do. . . . .
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