Purdue Problems Worksheet

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Purdue Problems Worksheet: In groups, discuss different problems and unfavorable situations that you feel exist at Purdue. These can be seemingly “low-level” problems such as a poor bus and transportation system, to more controversial and “high- level” problems such as student access to birth control or allowing students with permits to carry guns on campus (see recent University of Texas decision). Then, individually, you will pick two of these problems based on your personal preference. You may choose the same topic as someone else in your group. Now, using a general outline, evaluate these problems and devise a solution. First define what the problem is. Who/what is involved, why this is relevant, and why it is important. To evaluate, you’ll first want to hypothesize and isolate the immediate causes of the problem. For example, if your problem is that the bus system is inefficient, you might hypothesize that this is because the system is overburdened and there are not enough routes. Whatever
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course ENG 106 taught by Professor Steve during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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