Student #1: Diversity is understanding differences, cultural values, history, political views.
Student #2: Being able to take into account every aspect of somebody, collectively.
Student #3: All my classmates and peers, including my professors, they have various identities that I know of or don't know of, and I'm able to value this by being able to like learn a lot more and gain more knowledge.
Student #4: Coming back to school in my late 40s gives me the opportunity to ask questions that I wouldn't normally ask.Student
Student #2: Being able to have a conversation with anyone and everyone, really just being open to an exchange.
Student #5: I feel like it's not enough to say that there's a place for everyone. We have to actually create a place and invite people into it despite any differences that we may have.
Student #1: Not only understanding the differences but finding similarities, too.
Student #3: There's always going to be dialogue, there's always going to be a discussion because we're all different. We all have different perspectives, and we all have different values that we hold according to who we are as individuals.