By MICHELLE ROBINSON
Is it really necessary for college stu-
dents to be reminded of the proper
way to conduct themselves in class
and on campus? Do we
really need to be reminded of what
appropriate attire for class is?
These are just the tip of
the iceberg when it comes to the
list of complaints from
fellow students and
There are some stu-
dents who do not see
anything wrong with
jeans falling off of their
behinds, or wearing clothing that is
too revealing. College is meant to
prepare students for the workplace;
where good manners and a polished
appearance can go far.
student’s appearance is only half
the battle; the way some students
conduct themselves in class is the
On campus there is a
growing concern about classes
being interrupted by students who
are loud and rude.
CCC has an open door
policy where any student who
needs to take a phone call, or use
the bathroom or whatever it may
be; can excuse themselves in a quiet
manner and exit the class.
Texting while in the class-
room is not allowed.
Many instructors explain in their
is permitted in
their class, and
what is not.
here for the
benefit of the
their rules should be respected.
“One thing that I really hate, is
when the teacher is speaking and
students carry on private conversa-
tions making it hard to hear,” says
Students who disrupt class is a
problem; but how can it be solved?
“ I just think instructors need to
take control of their class, because
if a student is being disruptive, they
should be asked to leave,” says Chris
McCoy, a fellow student.
Na’asia Pendleton is also a student
here at CCC and her view is that,
”I can wear whatever I want to
wear as long as I am covered. I love
my individuality, and I express it