Students share opinions around campus

“Are people too casual about sexual assault jokes?”

Danny Almberg, a junior history major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Danny Almberg, a junior history major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)

“Yes, I think a lot of people take the issue lightly. People don’t know if someone has been affected by it.”

Olivia Marino, a freshman biology major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Olivia Marino, a freshman biology major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)

“I feel like they do because it’s people who haven’t experienced it and they don’t realized how it might affect people who have.”

“Is Apple’s removal of the headphone jack an issue?”

Sofia Charvet-Pena, a freshman technology education major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Sofia Charvet-Pena, a freshman technology
education major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)

“Yes because it is more work for people to get adapted to a new way of listening to music. If I got Airpods I would lose them.”

Devlyn Cifuentes, a freshman deaf education major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)
Devlyn Cifuentes, a freshman deaf
education major. (Craig Dietel / Opinions Editor)

“Yes, for the most part they are limiting competition and what you can and can’t use.”