These kind of sutuations are bad because they can put the college’s name in a bad spot to no longer gain any more or less than the normal amount of accecptances. Most collegs have a system in place in which all their campuses ae drug fee and smoke free school zones. According to The New York Daily news, the text implies, “The Drug free School and Communities Act requires that any university recieveing federal funds adopt a program to prevent use of illicit drugs by students and employees”. Students should not bring drugs to college campuses because it can change the atmopshere of an entire school, and it puts everyone in danger including oneself. Drugs shoud not be allowed on college campuses because they can put another student in a predicament to be taken advantage of bcause they are not in the right mind or well being to understand whats actually going on.
"Those people were already allowed to have guns on university grounds. they just couldn 't bring them into classroom, dorms and other insides spaces, some of which may remain off limits." Such a situation cannot remove people’s anxiety from the gun even though there is the rule of the gun. Campuses should be enforce sanctions for having guns because they are emotionally threatened and will be a criminal oriented environment. The existence of guns will be a major threat to some of the students.
All of these reasons have preventions that would help people not join a gang, which makes getting involved controllable. Other people might argue that you are unable to control getting involved in gangs because your cultural background and your neighborhood encourages you to. This is unreasonable because there are programs that can help people get out of gangs. Parents should also be informed of the dangers of joining gangs and teens should have the option to get help instead of being forced to join. Anyone can control getting involved with gangs because there are many preventions to the causes.
The Supreme Court abridging the freedom of speech proves that the government supports disciplining those who harm others to prevent instances from happening again. One of the instance consist of sharing one student’s pictures that are very personal to the entire school which causes the student to commit suicide from all the embarrassment. The government is not the only ones who are concerned about cyberbullying. The Constitutional Rights Foundation in Chicago confirms through “The Legality of School Responses to Cyberbullying” that, “additionally, some parents and students have successfully argued that cyberbullies violated civil or criminal laws by, for example, intentionally inflicting emotional distress or committing a hate crime”. Parents and students have gone out of the way to bring the issue of cyberbullying to the court.
Teens are most likely wasting time on social media instead of using that time wisely on school work, or things that need to be done. For example, according to an article titled " Social Media Can Be Both Bummer And Boon For The Brain." The University of California, Berkeley 's Greater Good Science Center published a column but within a sort text it said, "Social media platforms have become a huge part of the lives of young adults and teens: 45 percent of teenagers report they use apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram every day." Also this article states, "When we accept that it is here to stay, we can also see it as a new opportunity for connection and mindfulness." Social media is harmful to out society.
However, on the networks there is no one to witness the ambushing. This makes it tougher for a victim to ask for help. The bully has an easier way of insulting the other because there is no threat of getting caught by any friend or family member. These kinds of social attacks are dangerous. All types of bullying are vulnerable, though cyber bullying it might be the worst so far.
Therefore making bullying illegal is the proper solution (Manuel). The best way of insurance for the victim to be safe and continue to heal and get better. On the way to the result of the bullying the bully violated and broke many laws and probably agreements on social media. Often the result of the bullying is so severe that the bully has violated so many laws that the only way to deal with the bully is in court. One example of why bullies should be prosecuted in court is, defendant intended to cause emotional distress; (2) defendant knew or should have known his or her action would cause emotional distress to plaintiff; (3) defendant 's actions were extreme or outrageous; (4) the defendant 's actions proximately caused the plaintiffs psychological injury; and (5) mental anguish to the plaintiff was so serious in nature that no reasonable man could be expected to endure it
Sexual Assault Prevention A problem that I believe is extremely occurrent in our community, and many others, and that needs to be discussed is sexual assault on college campuses. Sexual assault is any sexual contact done by force or without consent, whether that is a touch, a kiss, or a sexual activity. This is an extremely prevalent problem in our society. The topic of sexual assault has been brought up a lot lately, especially after the case of Brock Turner, a university student, who attended a fraternity party and assaulted an unconscious woman. More people are becoming aware of this problem and realizing that something has to be done about it to either stop it all together or decrease the likelihood of this happening to more men and women.
Much research has been done looking at the correlation of many stress factors that college students’experience and the effects of stress on their GPA. Hatcher and Prus (1991) referred to these stress factors as academic situational constraints. Their study took into account a variety of factors that can diminish a student’s academic performance. An undergraduate study done by Neumann et
Sexual Harassment on College Campuses People tend to think that sexual harassment and rape are the same thing. However, that is not always the case. According to Dictionary, the definition of sexual harassment is “uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical behaviour of a sexual nature especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate.” Forced kissing, groping, or even looking at someone the wrong way is considered to be sexual harassment. There are a lot of cases off college campuses, but recently campuses particularly have been an issue. Media has been shining light towards how often this situation occurs on college campuses, and according to current incidents, sexual harassment of campuses has become an even bigger issue.