Saturday, November 26, 2005

In Agreement with my Brother?

When he's right, he's right. The punishment of the offending CU students should be very public. In fact, inasmuch as one believes that deterence is a major purpose of punishment, all punishments should be public. Students should know that they are adults now, and as such, their behavior has consequences. Poor public behavior injures the University by giving University opponents in the legislature more ammunition with which to justify funding cuts in public education.


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