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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Smoke Free Facility Posted: Wed 11/15/2017 at 9:00 AM, in reply to Michael Evans

But at the same time isn't taking away the smokers right to smoke. They have to smoke out side or at least leave the campus for a habit. Its not only in the summer but in the winter too. Nobody else has to do that just because they have a habit that people don't like. There are typically more than one door to each building. So if you are allergic to smoke you could try to find another entrance or just hold your breath. We don't make other people with bad habits stand out in the cold just because we don't like it. They should at least put the gazebos back. That way people can still smoke but not have to go out of there way. 

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Smoke Free Facility Posted: Sun 8/19/2018 at 4:34 PM, in reply to Michael Evans

I say use a different door smokers have rights as well..... 

Re: Re: Re: Re: Smoke Free Facility Posted: Sun 8/19/2018 at 4:32 PM, in reply to Nikki Harvey

I agree with you Jim and if people don't like it use a different door that you know some one isn't smoking...

Re: Smoke Free Facility Posted: Fri 10/26/2012 at 6:50 PM, in reply to Chris Koyejo

Chris Tola Koyejo wrote:

I just want to know how everyone feels about the new tobacco free zone on campus.  I guess the campus became smoke-free but I do not see how this is true when everyone is smoking right outside the doors (Columbia Campus).  Not only is it students but staff too.  I do not understand why we had the signs and shirts if the statement is not ture.
I think it is intolerable personally that it's allowed for them to smoke freely right outside the building. They should go somewhere else or to a designated smoking area because I and many others do not want to breathe it in. It's disgusting and a high turn off on the college.
Re: Re: Smoke Free Facility Posted: Thu 11/23/2017 at 9:46 PM, in reply to Lindsay Nicole Kottwitz

Its good to have a smoke-free facility because there are people with lung and heart issues that need not to be breathing that stuff in. My daughter has Congenital Lobar Emphysema. Just looking at someone with this condition you really don't know they have a problem unless they speak up and say so. They have to be their own advocate. When we have signs that say smoke-free, that should give everyone who has to be careful for healths sake a sigh of relief (No pun intended) that they can go to a smoke free environment without worry. If its smoke free the smokers should honor that and maybe go to their vehicles pr further away from the building somehow. 

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