Students share opinions around campus

“How far is too far in comedy?”

Diann Aguasviva, senior health and exercise science major. Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Diann Aguasviva, senior health and exercise
science major. Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)

“With comedy, there is a line you have to draw, especially if you don’t know them because people are still people.”

Patrick Keller, junior international studies major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Patrick Keller, junior international studies major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)

“It’s a two-way street. People can’t take the joke too seriously, but people need to be aware of what they say.”

“Are medication price increases out of control?”

Emily Whipple, special education graduate student. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Emily Whipple, special education graduate student. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor

“I think they are way out of control because EpiPens are cheap to make, but $600 is a ridiculous rate for a lifesaving product.”

Gabe Slimm, senior career and community studies program student. Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Gabe Slimm, senior career and community studies program student. Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)

“Yes, I think they should lower the price so people who need it can actually afford it.”