• Jiwon Park, first-year, no major

    Not so much, just a little bit.

  • Robbie Regier, fourth-year honours English

    Most of my relationships are formed at the university, and I guess a certain kind of conversation is what I like to get involved in.

  • Reba Terlson, fourth-year theatre

    I don’t think so, no. I think people should form their own opinions about a person just because of who they are and how they represent themselves.

  • Hubert Calderon, first-year pre-med student

    I think no. I would base it on a person’s personality. If I found out they were highly educated it wouldn’t change.

  • Augusta Stobbe-Reimer, second-year international development studies

    That depends whether or not the education is free. If it’s something free then of course people should try to attain the maximum level they can.

  • Ernie Wall, second-year pre-architecture

    I would have to say yes because usually well-educated people have put in a lot of time and effort to attain that level of knowledge.

Published in Volume 65, Number 5 of The Uniter (September 30, 2010)

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