Do you think admission to a university should include race?
Is affirmative action limiting access to higher education by denying certain students who are not minorities?
Why are less students choosing a liberal arts education?
Is it important for students to be well-rounded and know a little bit about every subject or study a specialized area and know the material in great detail? Should employers hire the well-rounded students, or those who know their subject like the back of their hand?
Are more opportunities available for students with a liberal arts education, or are employers seeking workers with a defined set of skills?
If a liberal arts education serves both the individual and society, should we do away with vocational and trade schools?