Talking Heads: Should smoking be banned on campus?

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“Yes, because Queen’s is a public place and people shouldn’t be [smoking] in public.” Haley Golding, ArtSci ’18
“Yes, because Queen’s is a public place and people shouldn’t be [smoking] in public.” Haley Golding, ArtSci ’18
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“It shouldn’t be banned. Because [that’s] a violation of personal rights.”Sam Chow, ArtSci ’16
“It shouldn’t be banned. Because [that’s] a violation of personal rights.”Sam Chow, ArtSci ’16
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“No, it’s your own choice. You’re entitled to the right to [smoke].” Erin Prysiazny, ArtSci ’16
“No, it’s your own choice. You’re entitled to the right to [smoke].” Erin Prysiazny, ArtSci ’16
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“For non-smokers it would be nice, but for smokers it would be inconvenient.” Linsay Fox, ArtSci ’16
“For non-smokers it would be nice, but for smokers it would be inconvenient.” Linsay Fox, ArtSci ’16
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“University is hard enough. Students deserve whatever they need to cope.” Emily Blyth, ArtSci ’15
“University is hard enough. Students deserve whatever they need to cope.” Emily Blyth, ArtSci ’15
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Should smoking be banned on campus?

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