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Trying to balance several different fields of study along with general education requirements means needing flexibility in course scheduling that a 15 credit limit does not provide.

ROBBINS: Make course selection less restrictive

By increasing the credit limit right off the bat, students would be able to sign up for a still entirely reasonable schedule immediately rather than having to wait until open enrollment starts a few weeks later with the risk that the courses they need will already be filled.

It is abhorrent that the University would turn a blind eye and promote FMPFL anyway.

HELLER: Opinions are not violence

Claims that political opinions are inherently violent needlessly sow a culture of division — something which has the potential to actually provoke real violence and extremism.