The Maine Campus
When a student voices a legitimate concern sparked by humane and admirable beliefs, school officials might be expected to listen. But the University has turned a deaf ear to a medical technology student who, because of her Zen Buddhist background, refuses to take part in the "needless sacrifice" of laboratory animals.
The Maine Campus, "More flexibility needed" (1978). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 395.
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