Walk and Talk 1

“Liam Neeson should be accountable for it, especially him being a role model. Sometimes I wonder what people are thinking. With the governor, it’s not right, but it’s nothing that he can do about it now to change it. It happened so long ago, but he needs to be accountable because he is the face of the state.”

-Ernest Watts, finance major, senior

Walk and Talk 2

“They should be held accountable for what they say. They should try to make up for it. (It) doesn’t matter if something bad happens; that doesn’t mean you go around saying you’re going to attack someone because of their skin color, especially if someone is seen on the big screen.”

-Karley Robbins, graphic design major, junior

Walk and Talk 3

“Your actions do require consequences. Your consequences demand a higher penalty if you are of a higher power. Just take a moment and think about what you’re doing, and we wouldn’t have problems like these.”

-Joseph Lichterman, film and video production major, sophomore

Walk and Talk 4

“It depends on how bad the situation is. In one realm, what they did was wrong, and they should have been held accountable. But in another realm, you made a mistake, but you move on.”

-Hannah Green, ESL major, junior

Walk and Talk 6

“I don’t think they should be held accountable now, but he’s grown, and he was then. He knew what he was doing, but it may come down to how he was raised. Things are a lot different for us southerners. We take things a lot differently than others.”

-Te’a O’Neal, health science major, junior

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