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« judimaria wrote on Friday, Feb 25 at 05:31 AM »
Smoking should be ban in university its a good decision
« judimaria wrote on Friday, Feb 25 at 05:28 AM »
Smoking should be ban and the decision taken should be applied as early as possible
« Carstenantoon wrote on Friday, Feb 25 at 05:11 AM »
Its a good decision and should be applied
« Carstenantoon wrote on Friday, Feb 25 at 05:08 AM »
Its a good decision will benefit everyone.
« carpept wrote on Thursday, Feb 24 at 04:41 PM »
I quit smoking cigarettes (smoking at all, really) about a year ago. However, I'm prepared to start smoking three packs a day on campus if any such discriminatory and petty regulations are put into place. "Clouds of smoke"? Grow up. How's that for feedback?
« DON'TPANIC wrote on Thursday, Feb 24 at 01:00 PM »
I do not agree with this at all. I'm not sure what campus you have been walking on, but no where around Auburn have I walked through a "cloud of smoke". The people who do smoke, the few that there are, typically smoke far enough away from buildings that it does effect the nonsmokers. Smoking is not just a silly, unhealthy habit. I know many people who smoke only occasionally to relieve stress and anxiety caused by tests and exams and personal problems. It is simply their way to help themselves. You cannot condemn them for that. The only time I have ever seen a "cloud of smoke" is outside of RBD during exam week. Few actually remember that RBD use to allow smoking INSIDE of the library during exam week, showing that Auburn acknowledged the fact that smoking actually helped many students during that grueling week.
We are in college. We are old enough and wise enough to make decisions for ourselves. If we choose to delve into an unhealthy habit, than so be it. That is our decision, not yours. And basically forcing students and faculty to quit smoking using cessation programs and the inconvenience of smoking far away from civilization is an obscene violation of our personal freedoms and I know many will not stand for such an injustice. We have the RIGHT as Americans to choose whether we want to quit or not, it is not up to a few faculty members and students to decide for us.
Auburn is not a smoking campus. I see fewer than 5 or 10 people a day smoking. Such a small number does not require such a dramatic decision. It is not the smokers who will get burned on this, it will be the committee members who came up with this poor plan from the onslaught of backlash from students and facility alike.
« generalsn wrote on Thursday, Feb 24 at 07:29 AM »
The funding for these bans is finally being challenged.----http://www.free-press-release.com/news-tveca-calls-on-journalists-to-investigate-chantix-deaths-violence-donations-1298400215.html
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« pcola24 wrote on Friday, Feb 18 at 06:48 AM »
As a Gator fan I have always had an appreciation for the tradition of rolling the trees after an Auburn win. It's one of the things that makes college football, especially SEC football what it is. I hope the trees can be saved. Go Gataors and War Eagle!
« Sentinel89 wrote on Thursday, Feb 17 at 08:54 PM »
As a fan of another Orange and Blue team fond of its foliage, I just wanted to say how sorry I am to hear about your trees. I always wanted to visit your campus and see those oaks. It's heartbreaking that someone would actually put effort into such a senseless act that doesn't benefit him. I sincerely hope that the trees can be saved. Best of luck to the Auburn fans.
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