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)