Opinions on “More Than Words” around campus

Opinions on “More Than Words” around campus

Julia Turner ’16


“There were words I’d never even thought about before. And some of those are a little bit of a stretch. Besides that, it’s all a good message. There’s nothing bad about it.”

Maddie Gerrard ’17

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“I understand the point behind it, but I don’t see people actually talking about it much. I don’t think people here use those words anyway; we’re a pretty politically correct campus.”

Dieynab Diatta ’14


“I really applaud it. It was original and provocative, but I don’t know if people have really reflected on it. I think that could happen if there was more of an organized discussion around it. As an RA, none of it was something I hadn’t thought about before, but it made me think a lot more about the language I use.”

Sherif Tawfik ’14

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“Whenever I see them, I find myself thinking about the word and actually saying it more. But I like it. Those things shouldn’t be said. You shouldn’t call something ghetto. You shouldn’t say ‘don’t be a girl,’ because girls can be tough too, even more tough than guys.”

April 11, 2014

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