College unrest: Are students just pawns in a faculty game of war against the administration?

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First it was University of Missouri, then it was Ithaca College and Claremont McKenna College, now it’s Occidental College who’ve called for the resignation and/or removal of university leadership (presidents or deans). Solidarity protests have popped up all over the country and additional colleges are making their own “list of demands” to change the culture on campus.

Am I the only one wondering why these students chose to attend a college that didn’t “fit” them? Attendance at any college or university is completely optional. If they don’t like it… they can leave and choose to spend their money elsewhere. Yet another perk of a free society and capitalism.

Yet these folks decide the circumstance or culture is simply unbearable and must be changed, rather than find a school who’s culture fits their own. It’s just plain weird.

When I was in college, I had no idea who the president or dean was. I was busy studying, working 3 jobs, and simply trying to survive the workload.
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