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    SusanApr 28, 2019 at 11:57 pm

    Defending Chic-Fil-A purely on the basis that it supposedly reflects the majority of Americans beliefs is a weak argument. Trinity has no obligation reject the opinions of its student body just because it doesn’t align with the “majority” of the nation, and just because an opinion is adopted by a majority doesn’t make it good. Additionally, while 70% of Americans identify as Christian (according to Pew) only 25% identify as Evangelical, which is the type of Christianity that Chic-Fil-A appears to align itself with. If you’re going to make that kind of claim you should back it up with evidence (which I found in under a minute), but even with that evidence your claim is still weak. Conservatives on this campus are so defensive, just because their is a vocal liberal majority doesn’t mean you’re being oppressed.
    Just to be transparent, I like Chic-Fil-A and have not problem with it being on campus, I just don’t like poor arguments.

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    Sarah Jo'on YeoungApr 27, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    Are we really in a state in society where a fast food restaurant is the source of major controversy and social upheaval? If you’re knickers are in a twist over some company’s personal beliefs, you need to reevaluate your life. All you Trinity students are in a place of extreme privilege (haha that word again) if the biggest problem in your life is Chick-Fil-A.

    How ’bout those poor oppressed women being enslaved in certain countries? I’m sure they’re not important.

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    Angelique LopezApr 26, 2019 at 5:01 pm

    Thank you, Isaac.

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