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Sajan Mehrotra

Stanford’s selective censorship of speech

Thinking the way our administration does has dangerous consequences for our education. They clearly believe that a warning is insufficient, that the words must be omitted in the first place. These forms of learning should not be restricted; instead, a simple fix would be to introduce warnings without erasing the original words.
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