viernes, 26 de septiembre de 2014 – 25 de septiembre de 2014 – EEUU

Students react to campus tobacco ban
As of fall 2014, Concordia has become a tobacco-free campus with the relocation of smoking areas on campus to places off of school grounds. The installment of this new policy has several reactions across the student body.

Molly Aga, the sophomore representative of Student Government Association believes this policy will put students who don’t smoke more at ease. According to Aga, students who don’t use tobacco will appreciate campus being tobacco-free.

“I think this policy has had positive repercussions,” Aga said. “It’s great that the majority of students don’t have to worry about tobacco use.”

Senior Jordan Hanevik doesn’t share Aga’s opinions.

“Ever since the tobacco ban, I feel as though my cigarette smoking has become more of an obstruction than it ever has been during my three years on campus,” she said.

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