The free expression of thoughts and ideas is valued in our community. We encourage respect and inclusivity and expect the community to welcome and embrace each other’s diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and cultural differences.
We request that the Centenary community respect one another and value civility in the discussion of differing perspectives. The manner in which we choose to interact with one another is critical to cultivating a meaningful and effective intellectual environment.
Let us be role models – a community that practices mutual respect, civil discourse, and acceptance in the classroom, as well as, in our daily social interactions with one another.
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