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Labeling grammar policing as discriminatory is a stretch

There are many words that can describe “unsolicited grammar policing:" inane, childish, and silly, to name a few. However, none of those adjectives inherently mean discriminatory.

Arming teachers is ludicrous and shortsighted

We need trained police officers, who can protect students while they learn and teachers while they educate. We don’t need more guns.

Burning out is a reality for CMU students, but it can be avoided

Burning out is part of being a student. It’s universal, but it’s also something we should try our best to avoid.

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