In Wednesday’s “Our View” column the editorial board wrote about
the NYU student that lived his school’s library for six months
until the library found out, at which point the school gave him
free housing. It is your view that you hope students at CSU feel
that our school would help us out in the same way.
I don’t feel that it should be the university’s obligation to
provide every student that camps out in Morgan Library free
housing. College is expensive for many reasons, one of which is to
prepare students for the real world. I have never heard of someone
driving under a bridge, picking up a homeless person and then
buying them an apartment.
If you can’t afford to pay for tuition at CSU, get loans. If you
can’t get loans, go to University of Northern Colorado. And if you
can’t afford UNC, work for a while until you can afford it. But
please do not live in the Morgan Library.