Yet as trust lies at the core of civil debate, clear efforts to restore that trust would carry far more weight than lecturing us about the dangers of inconveniencing the administration.
More than just the chance to take a quick survey, an external review would certainly make us feel that our concerns are being included in University policy, and that the experiences of survivors of sexual assault matter.
That being said, he might have mentioned the immediate and severe legal challenges President Trump's executive order has faced from the federal judiciary, which has thus far struck down his all-advised, slapdash, and transparently heartless first go at "making America safe again."
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