"Of course, there are students and faculty who cannot go there so it's not a level playing field," Ross explained. "Their academic freedom is already being restricted and of course, that's the motivation for the resolution."
"Hey Harvard, you can't hide! We can see your greedy side."
This represented a two percent decrease from the previous year's survey.
"We cannot in good conscience be members of an organization with such a painful history," Phi Psi wrote in a Facebook post.
"For many in this population, the presence of U.S. Customs and Border Protection representatives on campus—regardless of their intentions or reasons for being there—can cause undue distress and concern."
"We should debate that point on its merits … as opposed to saying, 'That's a dangerous person and we have to avoid them.'"
"That young man just saved a lot of young LGBTQ Mormon lives."
"Anti-Semitism is real; it should be fought. But tarring NYU as tolerant of anti-Semitism is wrong and unfair," said a university spokesperson.
"I worry about the potential student who maybe was unable to be vaccinated due to an underlying medical problem, such as people with immune deficiencies."
"I'm fighting for not just my job, but for my students' rights to free speech. Nothing is more important to me."
"I cannot talk about that film without being reminded how black I am," said a Chapman University student.
Former Representative Beto O'Rourke came in fourth in the poll of more than 1,000 students.
"I have no intentions of issuing any apologies. I've spoken what I believe to be the truth, and I stand firm in what I believe in."
"...'Officer, I'm begging you, please wipe this out of my eyes.'"
"[University at Buffalo] should not dignify these actions with an honorific title and platform."
Two of the buildings are named after the university's first leaders.
"I hope that the university will take action, but in the past when incidents of this nature have occurred not much has been done," a Ohio University student told Newsweek.
"...we have a duty to provide that education during Sex Week or Sex Weekend."
"I don't see why this institution can't lead the nation and these students can't lead the nation and this society in grappling with how do we get this done."
"Mr. Pence has been a good friend to the University over many years, and is a Christian brother whose life and values have exemplified what we strive to instill in our graduates."
"It's a matter of priorities."
"Students should not have to travel off campus or miss class or work responsibilities in order to receive care that can easily be provided at a student health center," state Senator Connie Leyva, the bill's sponsor, said.
"They specifically told me not to tell other people about what went on in that office and that is a red flag."