Saturday , 6 February 2016
CU will be going smoke free later this week when Chancellor DiStefano signs the policy banning smoking on campus. (Robert R. Denton/CU Independent Photo Illustration)
CU will be going smoke free later this week when Chancellor DiStefano signs the policy banning smoking on campus. (Robert R. Denton/CU Independent Photo Illustration)

CU’s smoking ban could affect students’ daily habits

Although smoking cigarettes negatively impacts a person’s health, many students partake in the addictive activity regularly.

CU strives for a healthy campus, but is home to a large amount of people that are smokers. For these students, smoking may have begun as a petty action, but the decision to start could be consequential in the future. Should smoking be restricted on campus? What do students think about cigarette smoking on campus grounds? How does it play a part in their daily lives?

Contact CU Independent Staff Writer Haleema Mian at Haleema.mian@colorado.edu.

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