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The Maine Campus

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It's not often that the word "tolerance" is thought of in conjunction with college students. As accepting as a college campus can be, there still exists a small but vocal group that often sounds out with a collective voice that is louder than the competing voice of reason. It's ironic that an institution harboring so much diversity can be a center for intolerance and the perpetuation of stereotypes of bigotry.


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